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US managed service provider expands to APAC with new Sydney data center

02 Nov 2016, a US-based managed cloud computing and security services provider is adding the Asia Pacific region to its global network, with the launch of a new data center in Sydney, Australia.

The new data center will provide lower latency for Australian customers, providing fast fiber-optic networking that meets compliance and data residency requirements.

The Sydney data center, like its global counterparts, features redundancy in critical systems, on-site Network Operations Centers, backup power generators, a temperature-controlled environment, fire detection and suppression, raised anti-static floors, and 100% financially-backed uptime.

The company says the new Asia Pacific location adds to its network, which has data centers in Frankfurt, London, Kansas City and St. Louis.

All data centers use enterprise-grade security. Not just cybersecurity, but also physical security such as guarded entry, access cards and biometric registration.

The company states that its global infrastructure is available, scalable and fault-tolerant. It also adheres to Tier III = Uptime Institute Data Center Standard and SSAE 16 SOC I Type II certification. offers managed cloud and security services. Its cloud services include support for AWS, Azure, Google, IBM, VMware and Oracle.

The company also provides cybersecurity using counterintelligence experts and technology to monitor, protect and secure organisations and their data.

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