Despite the rising competition between telcos to offer cloud services, many telecom providers find themselves challenged to organically develop the expertise to manage complex enterprise class types of cloud deployments.
by: Nathan Bell, Director of Portfolio, Telstra Global 07-May-2013
Pacnet is investing US$90 million to build a Tier III data center in Singapore. The facility is part of Pacnet’s strategy to focus on managed services deployed in data centers and leveraging its substantial network assets throughout Asia to serve enterprise and carrier customers.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 12-Mar-2013
Gone are the days when IT maintenance, updates and upgrades were based on a yearly, quarterly or even monthly schedule and your data lived in a storage center that was located in an industrial park across town.
by: Sal Fernando, Commvault 19-Dec-2012
As cost pressures and regulatory requirements continue to challenge their ability to grow revenue, financial institutions and corporations are looking to trusted outsourcing providers for additional managed services.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 19-Dec-2012
Pacnet's equity joint venture in China, Pacnet Business Solutions (China) receives an enhanced value-added service license from China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology. The license expands PBS's IP VPN coverage from 20 cities to 23 provinces.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 29-Oct-2012
Selecting the right partner can help enterprises mitigate unnecessary risks and accelerate their journey to private cloud success. Service providers like Telstra offer enterprises some help in addressing private cloud challenges.
by: Khoo Boo Leong 03-Jul-2012
With more than 50% of end user organizations in Indonesia either actively searching and/or planning to adopt public cloud services within the next 12 to 24 months, PT XL Axiata, a telecom and data services company, is poised to seize opportunities in the cloud computing space.
by: Khoo Boo Leong 26-Jun-2012
QuorumSoft, a provider of deduplicated archival solutions for virtualized environments, is hoping to create backup and disaster recovery (DR) services revenue streams for managed service providers (MSPs) and cloud hosting providers.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 28-May-2012
With US$30 million investment, the new Fujitsu South China Data Centre will become Fujitsu's "first world-class data center in China." It has been listed in the "Guangdong Top 500" modern industrial projects that provide advanced IT support, and professional data storage solutions for the South China region.
by: Carol Ko 03-May-2012
Savvis delivers its infrastructure-as-a-service and managed services from its existing data centers in Hong Kong, which will continue to offer co-location hosting services. This complements Savvis' launch of public cloud solution in Japan and the opening of the second data center in Singapore two months ago.
by: Carol Ko 23-Mar-2012