The expansion aims to provide data center services to the growing cloud-native businesses in the LATAM region.
The expansion seeks to serve deployers of hybrid cloud that combine co-location and multi-cloud strategies to manage their workloads.
The expansion seeks to provide data center services to cloud-native enterprises by improving access speed and hub facilities.
The data center aims to support European businesses by partnering with their hub in Frankfurt for cloud-based services.
The datacenter aims to lend infrastructural support to the social giant’s messaging, virtual reality and video-streaming services in Singapore, Asia.
The move aims to provide access speed to Indian customers across their e-commerce platforms like Mi Community, Mi Cloud and MIUI.
The data center seeks to provide services to enterprises that leverage cloud, IoT, big data and AI to accelerate their workloads.
The move aims to focus on energy saving across multiple data centers by leveraging their own AI technology through the DeepMind system.
The expansion seeks to cater to enterprises’ growing need for cloud-based data centers in the Asia-Pacific market.
The data center seeks to accommodate traditional enterprises that are looking to make the most out of on-premise as well as cloud environments.