CENTURYLINK, the third-largest US telecommunications company and a major provider of network services, on Wednesday announced the availability of CenturyLink Cloud in the Asia-Pacific region, which will be hosted in the company's data centres in Singapore.
The public cloud platform, already available in the US, UK, Canada and Germany, delivers a cloud service with enterprise-class control, agility, scalability and security backed by an industry-leading global network.
With the expansion of the public cloud platform to Singapore, businesses in Asia Pacific can turn to a single, trusted provider for public and private cloud infrastructure, managed services, colocation, networking and support for advanced hybrid scenarios, said a spokesman for the company.
"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 optimises complete solutions for customers, while offering a single point of accountability."