Nvidia plans to establish an advanced AI center in Indonesia

The AI centre will be located in Surakarta, Central Java, with a primary focus on enhancing telecommunications infrastructure, cultivating indigenous skills, and fostering AI innovation.

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Nvidia is expanding its presence in Southeast Asia with plans to establish a $200 million artificial intelligence centre in Indonesia. Teaming up with Indonesian Telecommunication Company Indosat Ooredoo Hutchison, Nvidia aims to improve the country’s digital infrastructure and cultivate local talent.

This expansion into Indonesia is part of Nvidia’s broader strategic initiative to deepen its presence across Southeast Asia, building on successful partnerships with key players like Singapore’s Singtel. As Southeast Asia emerges as a vital revenue hub for Nvidia, the company reaffirms its commitment to driving innovation and technological excellence in the region. With data centres serving as key revenue drivers, Nvidia’s investment in the Indonesian AI centre positions it at the forefront of AI-driven technology, ready to empower local talent and shape the future of technology in the region.