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Motricity opens new data centre in New Delhi, India

Anuradha Shukla | June 23, 2011
Strong momentum in Asia drives the company to invest in the region and expand in Singapore.

Motricity has added to its Asia presence in Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia by opening its new data centre in New Delhi, India.

Motricity, which provides mobile data services solutions to operators, brands and agencies, notes that these locations significantly contribute in supporting customers and continuing the company's expansion in the region. 

The company is also adding staff and infrastructure in Singapore to better serve its existing customers and expand footprint in Asia.

Motricity also expects that its new data centre in New Delhi will be able to handle the growth in the Indian market.

"The decision to build Motricity's presence in India is driven by the explosive growth in mobile subscribers who hunger for a more robust user experience," said Tom Cheong, vice president and general manager for Motricity Asia-Pacific.

"India is such a diverse country and through the experiences Motricity will gain from connecting with our customers here, we will be able to take that knowledge and transform it into actionable and quantifiable business benefits for our customers across Asia," he added. 

Supporting Asian customers

Motricity has also established a separate development centre in New Delhi, which will provide support to customers across Asia and the US through the Motricity Professional Services team.

Professionals in this facility will focus on the entire software development lifecycle, future product development, data centre management, managed services and business analytics. 

Commenting on its expansion in Singapore, James Ryan, chief development officer, Motricity said: "The market opportunity is tremendous and we feel that Motricity is ideally positioned to help operators connect with their customers in ways that were previously not available."


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