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AirTrunk aims to move Apac firms to the cloud

It is pumping S$2b to spread cloud computing in the region, plans to open more data centres

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SOLID GROWTH POTENTIAL: Mr Khuda says cloud-services providers are seeing a boom in the Apac and need more data-centre capacity.

Singapore

SINGAPORE-based startup AirTrunk is putting in nearly S$2 billion in the next three to four years to help tech companies in the Asia-Pacific (Apac) shift to the "almighty cloud".

Company founder Robin Khuda, referring to the boom in the business of storing and delivering

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