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ReadySpace ready to drive cloud adoption in Hong Kong

Zafar Anjum | April 16, 2012
Partners with Parallels, with an eye on small and medium businesses in Hong Kong.

ReadySpace has deployed Parallels Automation for Cloud Infrastructure (PACI), a complete, turn-key cloud infrastructure solution, for small and medium businesses (SMBs) in Hong Kong.

The regional cloud and managed hosting provider announced this today, underlining their aggressive expansion in Asia-Pacific where cloud adoption among SMBs is one of the fastest in the region with Hong Kong being one of the key markets for the company.

"Like other Asia-Pacific countries, we are anticipating a faster adoption of cloud technologies among Hong Kong SMBs this year, driven by the government's aggressive plans to transition to the cloud," said David Loke, executive director of ReadySpace. "A key driver for this adoption is the relatively low set-up cost involved, helping them establish new business functions quickly and efficiently."

With ReadySpace Cloud Services powered by PACI, ReadySpace can provide its customers with utility billing and security features comparable to what Amazon Web Services and Rackspace Cloud were offering, said the hosting company in its announcement.

"We understand that business requirements can change very quickly, especially in today's economy. On-demand cloud services, with flexible pay-as-you-go charging models, create strong appeal for SMBs.  PACl provides the key features and functionality to enable us to deliver the widest range of hosted services as the demand for efficient cloud services continues to rise in Asia-Pacific," said Loke.

 

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