iland expands into Pacnet’s Singapore data center to satisfy growing demand for optimized global cloud services
Jul 22, 2014 UncategorizedComments Off on iland expands into Pacnet’s Singapore data center to satisfy growing demand for optimized global cloud services
SINGAPORE, July 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — iland, an award-winning enterprise cloud infrastructure provider, today announced it is expanding its footprint into Singapore to address the demands of new and existing customers that require robust global cloud environments. Through the deployment in Pacnet’s CloudSpace II data center (SGCS2), iland can ensure customers have access to the highest quality facilities that pass rigorous audits for security, processes and controls.
As cloud adoption continues to climb, multinational companies are racing to implement global cloud strategies that ensure resources can be easily managed and scaled. However, many continue to struggle to predict costs, overcome complexity challenges and satisfy compliance requirements. iland’s proven Enterprise Cloud Services (iland ECS) deliver the visibility, performance and personalized support required to avoid these issues upfront and achieve faster return on investment. With datacenters throughout the United States, United Kingdom and now Singapore, iland’s services are designed to seamlessly support development, testing, business continuity and production workloads.
“Singapore is a hub of business and technological innovation, and we are pleased to expand into the region as we support the global cloud initiatives of several of our multinational customers,” said Scott Sparvero, CEO and co-founder. “Enterprise cloud hosting should be hassle-free, secure and compliant with applicable requirements. We are committed to working directly with customers to address their dynamic needs and ensure they can drive and protect business.”
“We are very pleased that iland chose Pacnet’s Singapore CloudSpace facility to introduce its cloud services into Asia-Pacific,” said Giles Proctor, Pacnet’s Vice President of Data Center Services.