Verizon expands cloud offering into Asia Pacific

Verizon expands cloud offering into Asia Pacific

Verizon Business establishes Hong Kong datacentre to supply its Computing-as-a-Service offering into Asia Pacific


Global communications and IT provider, Verizon Business, is expanding its cloud computing offering into the Asia Pacific region through its recently established Hong Kong datacentre.

The company’s latest in-region expansion of its Verizon Computing as a Service (CaaS) solution enables enterprise customers to better meet region-specific performance, security and compliance requirements.

The company claims it is the most advanced datacentre it has built in the Pacific region and it connects directly to the Verizon global IP network, reducing latency.

The CaaS platform is supported round-the-clock and supplies multiple levels of physical and logical security, including compliance with the Verizon Security Management Program. Verizon Business is also the first global SAP-certified provider of cloud services.

A recent Gartner study indicated 34 per cent of Asia Pacific-based organisations plan to allocate some spending on cloud computing next year.

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