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Savvis rolls out cloud solutions in Japan and HK
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CLOUD infrastructure and enterprise IT solutions provider, Savvis, continues its foray across Asia, with two launches in the region — one each in Japan and Hong Kong.

The company has rolled out its Savvis Symphony Open public cloud and Symphony Dedicated private cloud in Japan, and its private cloud solution and managed services provision in Hong Kong, in a bid to meet the growing demand for such services in the region.

Said Mark Smith, Savvis’ managing director for Asia: “Savvis’ proven, global cloud services enable organisations to become more agile and competitive in a number of ways, including decreased time-to-market, the ability to rapidly respond to market opportunities and allowing for a flexible transition from legacy IT deployment to cloud.”

According to the company, the cloud services can be deployed individually or via a hybrid solution that is available through Savvis data centres globally, and is designed to meet a broad range of computing needs, while ensuring agility, scalability and security for businesses.

“Hong Kong often serves as a gateway for global clients seeking to extend their presence into Asia. We are excited to provide organisations in this region with enterprise-ready cloud and managed services solutions,” Smith continued.

Pet insurance company Anicom Holdings Inc in Japan, and IT and product engineering services group MindTree Limited in Hong Kong have selected Savvis’ solutions following the launch.

“Savvis provides us with industryleading cloud and managed hosting solutions that meets our business requirements not only in Hong Kong, but also in Singapore where our services are currently deployed. We believe Savvis’ presence within Asia will further drive our efficiencies across the region,” stated Abhay Goyal, MindTree’s general manager for consumer product and manufacturing industry group.

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2012 April Stories:

Customer satisfaction index
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Pent-up demand and emerging market growth help recovery

Payless to roll out stores in Asia via franchise deals

Neiman Marcus going online to tap China’s luxury market

Savvis rolls out cloud solutions in Japan and HK

Taipei’s Megacity by Benoy heralds ‘a new generation of department stores in Taiwan’

Carrefour looking to expand in Indonesia despite dip in profit

Collection Première Moscow catwalks to highest visitor number since start of show

GDSS 2012 aims to help retailers remain relevant in the future

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