John Paczkowski talking about the four things RIM had to deliver to Indonesia, including a regional data server:
RIM delivered on all four. But evidently it didn’t carry out the fourth in quite the way the BRTI wanted. It put the data center in Singapore, which is not geographically all that far, but a different country and not nearly as “regional” as the BRTI would like. Aggravating matters further, Indonesia has been asking for a local server for nearly three years.
Now Indonesia is threatening to shutdown RIM’s operations. Seriously folks, I could not make this stuff up.