Briefs: CITIC Telecom opens cloud centers in London and Moscow

23 Oct 2018
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CITIC Telecom opens additional cloud centers in London and Moscow

CITIC Telecom CPC, a subsidiary of CITIC Telecom International Holdings Limited, is launching new connected SmartCLOUD Services Center in Moscow and London.

Stephen Ho, CEO of CITIC Telecom CPC, said the ‘Europe & Russia Cloud Ring’ will be crucial for European-based enterprises who are looking to invest in and explore the emerging market and business opportunities in mainland China.

The two new sites will provide enterprise customers with scalable multi-cloud connectivity with full disaster recovery capability and intra-city, inter-city and cross-boundary redundancies. They will also provide round-the-clock professional support optimizing customers’ IT investment, achieving a faster response time and ensuring business continuity.

The move follows the company’s recent debut of two cloud centers in Frankfurt, Germany, and Cape Town, South Africa. The company now has 18 cloud centers across Asia Pacific, America, South Africa, Europe and Russia.


Mavenir creates open RAN ecosystem

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The move aims to provide more options and makes it easy for operators to deploy an innovative, flexible cloud-based Open RAN solution, the company said.

Mavenir will act as the end-to-end systems integrator simplifying the engagement for operators and creating an offering that is on par with the traditional, hardware centric proprietary vendors.

Juniper Networks invests $2m in Corero

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ServiceNow taps NTT Com to launch two data centers in Japan

ServiceNow is building two new data centers in Tokyo and Osaka through a partnership with NTT Communications to provide high-performing and high-availability cloud services to enterprises in Japan.

The two data centers being built by NTT Com are expected to be ready in the first half of 2019.

The new Japanese data centers are expected to enhance the ServiceNow Nonstop Cloud, which has been designed to support the availability and scalability of services and processes for global enterprises.

The new data centers will add to ServiceNow’s existing nine data center pairs, which are set up across five continents to meet customers’ location and data sovereignty needs.

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