A CIO breakfast session in Singapore featured CIOs who highlighted the challenges of virtualizing IT, Cloud computing and the related network changes.
by: Stefan Hammond 10-Feb-2012
Following the opening of a new cloud data center in Seoul for public cloud services delivery last January, SK Telecom's CIO Han Nam-Seuk says the public cloud market is yet to mature to become "a cash cow" for the company. Read on to find out the their key cloud deployments last year.
by: Carol Ko 04-Jan-2012
In 2012, IT will adopt a much more robust product lifecycle management approach in managing cloud services. Whichever cloud services to adopt, businesses are advised to incorporate cloud computing into their overall IT strategy, start small, and pay attention to change management
by: Carol Ko 04-Jan-2012
As a result of the US$1.41 billion R&D investment NTT Corporation makes each year, NTT Com Asia in 2011 launched in hybrid hosting infrastructure service, which combines traditional dedicated hosting with public and private cloud solutions, including global Tier 1 IP connectivity.
by: Carol Ko 28-Dec-2011
The adoption of Citrix NetScaler has boosted NTU's network performance, and has made NTU’s apps and cloud-based services run five times better. Its integrated security features provide administrators granular application-level control, while providing users with remote access.
by: Asia Cloud Forum staff 13-Dec-2011
Using Ethernet fabric switching from Brocade, the new data center infrastructure enables CBN to build a new revenue stream by offering cloud-based application services.
by: Asia Cloud Forum staff 08-Dec-2011
To cope with the increased usage of server virtualization, more than one-third of the responding organizations of a newly released survey planned to pilot Ethernet fabric architecture within the next six months. A further 25% said they intended to do so within 12 months.
by: Asia Cloud Forum staff 17-Nov-2011
SoftLayer Technologies announces the upcoming opening of the company’s new data center in Singapore, as well as network Points of Presence in Singapore, Tokyo and Hong Kong.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 21-Sep-2011
Besides lacking brand identity in IT services provision, telcos must overcome various obstacles such as bringing internal network and IT teams together, enabling sales teams, and ensuring that OSS and BSS systems can deliver on cloud's on-demand nature.
by: Asia Cloud Forum staff 25-Jul-2011
Although cloud computing is a well-defined concept, it will require a strong physical network infrastructure to live up to its promise. These will need improved interconnectivity for resiliency, load balancing, new transmission capacity; and added intelligence from new optical and IP hardware.
by: Enterprise Innovation Editors 29-Jun-2011