Orange Business Services, a leading international IT and communications service provider has proclaimed that they are expanding their Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) Cloud services in the Asia Pacific region. IaaS, which is also known as Flexible Computing Advanced, is directed towards the large multinational companies in Singapore, Hong Kong and Sydney; having multiple data centers and network requirements across many countries.
Flexible Computing Advanced will increase the proficiency level of the companies, lowering the expenditure and increasing savings on total cost of ownership. It will enable enterprises to build a Virtual Data Center (VDC) with fully scalable resources (CPU, RAM, storage, backup, and network bandwidth). It can be managed by customers through a self-service portal or by Orange Business Services. Adding to the facility, customers can add physical servers if they have a specific need for them. The business houses which will avail to these services will be able to utilize them as per their business requirements and make payments only for the amount and time they use. The business houses will get added advantage and profit from enterprise-class control, agility, scalability and security backed by an industry-leading global network.
Derrick Loi, Senior Director for Orange Cloud for Business, Asia Pacific said, “With a deep product portfolio across infrastructure, applications and managed services, Orange Business Services provides an optimized end-to-end data center and cloud infrastructure solution. Orange chose to launch Flexible Computing Advanced in Hong Kong as it serves as the regional hub for thousands of multinationals around the Pearl River Delta. We believe it will help meet the growing demand for IaaS in the Asia Pacific.”