Top Data Management
From its initial deployment in the US and Europe to recent expansion in Singapore and Sydney (Equinix's SG2 and SY3 data centers respectively), Unitas Global has reduced cost and management time by 20% and gained access to a partner network of over 4,000 customers in its IBX data centers.
Asia Cloud Forum editors 22-May-2013
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by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 09-Mar-2012
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