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Teradata launches private cloud for SE Asia market

Zafar Anjum | May 22, 2012
Unveils the Active Data Warehouse Private Cloud

Teradata has launched its Active Data Warehouse Private Cloud at the Teradata Universe in Singapore, the analytic data solutions company announced today.

The announcement was for the Southeast Asia market, as this service has already been launched in most other markets of the world.

"With an integrated, private cloud approach, the Teradata Active Data Warehouse (ADW) Private Cloud directly addresses a major pain point with CIOs by ensuring computing resources are optimised, and fully utilised - a significant economic advantage to any IT organisation," the company said in a statement.

 "Leading companies have consolidated under-utilised servers and storage onto a Teradata ADW Private Cloud, reducing costs - while increasing utilisation of their IT resources," said Scott Gnau, president of Teradata Labs. "By eliminating data marts, many with only 10-20 percent utilisation, companies can consolidate onto a Teradata ADW Private Cloud running at 90 to 100 percent utilisation."

A Teradata ADW Private Cloud not only reduces the number of servers and storage, but also delivers both capital and operating expense savings, including labour, data centre space, power and cooling.

Some of the best features of this service, according to Gnau, is virtualised resources, automatic, elastic and scalable provisioning, and consistent performance.


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