Symbio today marked the next milestone in its Asia-Pacific expansion strategy, announcing it will open service availability in Taiwan in 2023.
With the Taiwanese Data Centre market expected to see investment of USD $4.47 billion by 2026, it is an attractive market for large enterprises looking to explore new territories. However, legacy infrastructure challenges have historically made it difficult for enterprises to enter and scale communications services in the market.
Symbio’s entry will enable enterprises to expand their footprint in Taiwan and unlock opportunities to service underserved APAC markets at affordable rates, by simplifying access and making it easier for customers to deliver quality cloud communications services across the region.
The announcement follows the company’s entry into Singapore in 2021 and supports the company’s expansion plans to enter five new APAC countries by 2025, including Malaysia, South Korea, Japan and Vietnam.
Chief Executive Officer for Symbio’s communications platform as-a-service (CPaaS) division, Giorgio Mihaila shared, “This milestone marks a further step forward in achieving our 2030 vision to support 100 million numbers on our network and progresses our APAC expansion strategy. Taiwan is one of the core Asia service areas that aligns with our strategy to accelerate coverage for enterprises across APAC. The new service area provides businesses of any size with extensive voice, messaging, phone numbers and call termination, at lower rates.
“The entry into Taiwan enables customers access to the market – removing the barriers of entry into the APAC region broadly, unlocking a powerful growth opportunity for customers,” he said.
Bringing with it two decades of innovation and experience, Symbio says it is simplifying entry for enterprises into these markets by bridging the gap between communications and cloud-software.
“This latest milestone solidifies our progress towards unlocking the potential that exists within APAC to deliver affordable, high-quality products at scale for any software-as-a-service customer,” he said.