Telstra Global is expanding its global hosting capabilities with a new data centre in Singapore, announced the managed network and hosting services provider on 28 September.
The facility, which complies with Tier 3 standards, will provide hosting space for financial, media and technology enterprises needing the latest in secure colocation, managed hosting and network solutions, said Tesltra Global in a statement.
Telstra Global already has data centres in Hong Kong, The Philippines, Australia, New Zealand and United Kingdom. Telstra Global now operates data centres in six countries with about 14,000 sq m of data centre space globally, the company said. Telstra Global currently has over 1,400 Points of Presence (PoPs) in more than 230 countries and territories.
The new Singapore facility is located in a high-tech industrial park close to the central business district and was built to meet increasing demand for hosting in Asia.
According to the company, the data centre will provide a 'connected' colocation service, with hosting underpinned by a range of network connectivity options and an extensive backbone network, providing access to Telstra Global's Asian network and the rest of the world.
The facility will be able to offer Telstra Global customers disaster recovery capabilities, and will also form the hub for other hosting services and cloud-based solutions.
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