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Dimension Data clouds Japan

Nurdianah Md Nur | June 10, 2013
The company expands its Public Managed Cloud Platform to Tokyo.

Dimension Data, an ICT services and solutions provider, has today launched its Public Managed Cloud Platform (MCP) in Tokyo, Japan. It will provide end-users with low-latency access to secure public, private and hosted private cloud services within Asia.

The move hopes to imitate the success the company has achieved in other countries. In Asia, the company has clients from various institutions in the government, educational and financial sectors.

"Japan is a huge and major market with a lot of business opportunities for our cloud services. We will be offering public, private and hybrid cloud services to multinationals and Japanese clients across different sectors in Japan, such as financial, transportation, travel, government and education," says Hirokazu Mochizuki, president of Dimension Data Japan.

With this launch, Dimension Data has now seven Public MCPs globally: Hong Kong, Sydney, Ashburn, Santa Clara, Johannesburg, Amsterdam and Tokyo. 

All the Public MCPs are available for public cloud Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) and Managed Hosting services. They are enterprise-ready, offering multiple layers of security and administrative controls, 99.99 percent availability SLAs on Public Cloud, 24x7 phone support and integrated management capabilities.

 

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