RIM to launch a branch in Indonesia
Following the massive popularity and demand of BlackBerry in Indonesia, RIM is planning to open a branch in the country soon and has also been in talks with local application developers to provide a more complete BlackBerry experience for Indonesian users. Despite security concerns in the air, this move could prove to be a fresh breath of hope for RIM in Middle Eastern countries.
Still, it is not clear whether RIM agrees to build a local server in the country, but given that Indonesia has become a very important market for RIM, the two will most likely find a way to build rapport. Interestingly, RIM has so far reached 50 million global subscribers, and markets outside North America account for 52 percent of its revenues.