Singapore's 1-Net will provide seamless access to data centre services to customers that plan to expand in Asia.
The company has partnered with Cyber CSF in Indonesia and TCC Technology (TCCT) in Thailand to this end.
All three partners- 1-Net, Cyber CSF and TCCT will create a heterogeneous network of data centres through the harmonization of key operations.
This alliance allows customers of 1-Net, Cyber CSF and TCCT to access a comprehensive portfolio of data centre services, cloud, network and security solutions.
"We are happy to partner with the Asia's key data centre providers to facilitate data centre expansion for businesses across Asia. Together with Cyber CSF and TCCT, we are working toward sharing a common product management platform that will allow us to offer our services in a harmonized manner" said Wong Ka Vin, managing director of 1-Net.
Combined data centre footprints
This combined data centre footprints of three partners across Asia result in a single customer interface across different markets.
1-Net expects a uniform service level agreement (SLA) will improve efficiency and help its customers to easily expand their data centres in the region.
This agreement enables customers to procure data centre space and services from 1-Net in Singapore. In addition, customers will be able to expand to TCCT's three data centres located in Thailand and Cyber CSF's data centre in Jakarta.
All three partners will share a common product management platform that will help them to productize, organize and publish the services in a harmonized manner.
"With our team of technical experts, we will leverage on the best practices to deliver optimal operations across the three countries," added Daniel W. Korompis, president director of Cyber CSF.
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