Tata Communications Launches IZO Private Cloud Service to Give CIOs More Control over Their Public and Private Clouds

Tata Communications, a global and pan-India network provider, has launched its IZO Private Cloud service – to give CIOs control over their public and private clouds and their entire data center estate. The new service, unveiled at Cloud Expo Asia, is the latest addition to Tata Communications’ IZO cloud enablement platform.

The new private cloud service would empower enterprises to connect to the world’s biggest clouds, and to build a truly hybrid, “high-performance” IT infrastructure, where different cloud, colocation and managed hosting environments work together as one. It would give the CIO visibility and control through single-pane-of-glass management.

Today, different clouds often operate in silos, resulting in a complex application environment. IZO Private Cloud addresses this complexity and makes it easy for CIOs to build their cloud, their way by bringing together public clouds, as well as enterprises’ legacy data center estate, into a single hybrid cloud.

tata-communications“IZO Private Cloud overcomes enterprises’ final barriers for cloud adoption,” said Genius Wong, President, Global Network Services, Cloud and Data Centre Services at Tata Communications. “Following the launch of our pioneering IZO™ cloud enablement platform, IZO Private Cloud is the next step on our mission to harness our partnerships, global network and data center infrastructure, to empower CIOs to capitalize on the opportunities of hybrid cloud. The new service puts the CIO back in control of their cloud and data center estate, while ensuring the performance, scalability, reliability and security that today’s global enterprises need in order to accelerate organization-wide digital transformation.”

IZO Private Cloud is now available in India, Singapore, Hong Kong, US and UK, and facilitates the expansion of global businesses to these regions. The new service is part of Tata Communications’ IZO network platform ecosystem which currently consists of over 20 service providers covering countries accounting for 85% of the world’s GDP, and also the largest cloud platforms, including Microsoft Azure, Office365, Amazon Web Service (AWS Cloud), Google Cloud Platform and Salesforce, with over 50 data centers across the globe.