CenturyLink, has announced the availability of CenturyLink Cloud in Asia Pacific. The public cloud platform – available in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada and Germany, and now through one of CenturyLink’s data centers in Singapore – would deliver enterprise-grade control, agility, scalability and security backed by a global network.
With the expansion of the public cloud platform to Singapore, businesses in the Asia-Pacific region can turn to CenturyLink as a single provider for public and private cloud infrastructure, managed services, colocation, networking and support for advanced hybrid scenarios.
“The launch of a CenturyLink Cloud node in Singapore further enhances our position as a leading managed hybrid IT provider for businesses with operations in the Asia-Pacific region,” said Gery Messer, CenturyLink managing director, Asia Pacific. “We continue to invest in the high-growth Asia-Pacific region to meet increasing customer demand. With a deep product portfolio across infrastructure, applications, services and geographies, CenturyLink optimizes complete solutions for customers, while offering a single point of accountability.”
CenturyLink recently expanded its managed hosting services into China and made its new Private Cloud service available in all 58 of its global data centers.
CenturyLink’s Asia-Pacific operations date back to 1999, and the company launched its first virtualized service in the region in 2007. “We plan to explore additional international expansions and product launches in Asia Pacific in 2015,” added Messer.