Computer Weekly — Cloud platform supplier Interoute has launched a virtual datacentre (VDC) zone in Singapore, to enable businesses to locate applications near users in the country. The service will help potential enterprise customers meet local regulations for cloud computing, by ensuring data stays in Singapore.
Datacenter News — Telecommunications company Interoute, which operates one of Europe’s largest cloud services platform, has launched a new virtual data center zone in Singapore. The new cloud zone is Interoute’s second in Asia – it launched a virtual data center (VDC) in Hong Kong in 2014 – and provides in-region resilience on Interoute’s cloud platform and global network.
The Stack — Interoute has opened two new trans-pacific network routes connecting Los Angeles and Hong Kong to bolster its position as Europe’s ‘biggest cloud service platform.’ The operator said that the independent routes mark ‘the final step in creating a fully meshed global network,’ lowering latency for customers in North America and Asia.
LONDON — Interoute, owner operator of Europe’s largest cloud services platform, today announced that it has extended the global reach of its network to Singapore. The new Point of Presence (PoP) will support Interoute’s enterprise customers with an additional location in the Asia-Pacific region. Interoute’s network connects Europe, USA, the Middle East and Africa, extending to Hong Kong and now Singapore in the East.