Telstra will begin delving infrastructure-as-a-service to customers in Asia and the United Kingdom.
Telstra Global will offer customers virtual and dedicated managed servers, as well as storage and security services, from data centres in Hong Kong, Singapore and the UK.
"Our service is designed with customer experience at its core and provides optional disaster recovery and off-site back-up capabilities to combat security concerns, and a single service-level agreement across hosting infrastructure and network connectivity to help ensure optimal performance of customer applications within the data centre and assist in securing transmission of data across the wide-area network,” Telstra Global managing director Martijn Blanken said in a statement.
The launch of Telstra Globa's IaaS offering in is part of the $800 million, half-decade investment in cloud services that the company announced in 2011.
Telstra's cloud division has experienced double digit growth in successive years.
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