Thailand committed to digital innovation and transformation
With global economic development in a deep adjustment phase, the digital economy is now the centre of competition in the whole industry.
As the second-largest economy in ASEAN and South East Asia, Thailand is making active efforts to realize its vision for digital development in 2021, greatly promoting digital construction, and significantly improving its technological capabilities, bringing unique opportunities to Thailand’s ICT market.
Recently, Thai Partner Conference was hosted by an industry leader in the provision of Digital Solutions. The event was themed “Digital Navigation, Smart Future”, and marked the firm’s official entry into the Thailand market.
The Representative from Embassy of The People’s Republic of China in the Kingdom of Thailand, the SVP of H3C, and local partners and customers from related industries such as power and transportations attended the event.
The firm vowed to work with more local partners and customers to promote innovation, and push forward the digital transformation in Thailand, contributing to the construction of ‘Digital Thailand’.
Seize transformation opportunities to help implement the Thailand 4.0 Strategy.
Following the trend of expedited digital transformation, the Thailand government launched a 20-year national development strategy and “Thailand 4.0” Policy, to improve the country’s system of research and innovation, promote innovation as the key driving force in Thailand’s future economic development, and develop Thailand into an economy driven by innovation, creation, and technologies. In order to achieve this goal, the Thailand government also announced plans to build the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC), and to create regions of high-tech industrial clusters, and increase digital technology across all industries.
Through an in-depth analysis and observation of the demand for digital transformation in Thailand, H3C leverages its experience in the Chinese market to enter the Thailand market, providing local industrial users with a comprehensive one-stop digital platform that includes cloud computing, big data, interconnectivity, information security, new safety, Internet of Things (IoT), edge computing, artificial intelligence (AI), and 5G solutions
Creating a smart and digital future
Based on the “Digital Brain Project”, the firm will continue to follow the strategy of “Inclusive Platform and Borderless Ecology”, adopt the method of “Partners First”, combine the strength of its ecological partners by further implementing the strategy of “Partners First”, fully unlock the potential of intelligent and digital platforms, provide strong support to businesses with high-value solutions and services, help customers build their own Digital Brains in their respective domains.
In the future, the company will, based on its successful experiences in existing industries, plan multiple ICT projects targeting smart power, smart education, and smart healthcare in Thailand, grow together with major local partners and customers, and contribute more to Thailand’s digital economy development.
The firm stated that it is committed to becoming the most trusted partner of our clients in their quest for business innovation and digital transformation.
It offers a full portfolio of Digital Infrastructure products, spanning across compute, storage, networking, security and related domains, and provides a comprehensive one-stop digital platform that includes cloud computing, big data, interconnectivity, information security, new safety, Internet of Things (IoT), edge computing, artificial intelligence (AI) and 5G solutions, as well as end-to-end technical services.
Thailand’s plan to transform into a digital hub is outlined in its Thailand 4.0 policy an earlier OpenGov Aisa report noted.
It is an effort that the government is making to not only gain technological capabilities to support residents but also involves a series of programs to help companies in the country accelerate their journey to digital.
As a result, the country has begun to gain attention from commercial giants across the world who are looking for big-ticket investments opportunities.
Efforts to increase expenditure on R&D are expected to expand the country’s economic growth rate in the next 5 years, as well as significantly help increase per capita income.
Thailand’s strategic location is expected to help the country in its aspirations to get more traction as a digital hub, especially when competing with peers in the region, including Malaysia, Hong Kong, and Singapore.