HGC launches global cloud service

Staff writer
06 Feb 2013
00:00

Hutchison Global Communications announced launch of Hutch-Cloud– a cloud computing service between HGC clouds in Hong Kong and Los Angeles. This milestone move marks the company’s entry to the nascent international cloud services market.

HGC Hutch-Cloud service Leveraging HGC’s network strength, multinational corporations and small-to-medium enterprises alike can now enjoy ubiquitous network access, thanks to availability of HGC’s international Infrastructure-as-a-

Service (IaaS) and Bandwidth-as-a-Service (BaaS) plus value-added cloud services such as Dedicated Bandwidth-as-a-Service (DBaaS) and On-demand Virtual Leased Line (ODVLL). All this extends secure connectivity into a customer’s premises and positions HGC as one of the first telecoms operators in the world to offer ODVLL.

“Our entry to the high-growth international cloud services market exemplifies continued expansion of our service portfolio. We are working to increase the number of HGC cloud sites in different regions and expanding the capacity of our cloud service, starting with the Asian and North American markets,” Andrew Kwok, HGC president of international and carrier business said.

Dedicated Bandwidth-as-a-Service (DBaaS) and On-demand Virtual Leased Line (ODVLL) Service Hutch-Cloud also offers value-added connectivity services on-demand – DBaaS and ODVLL. DBaaS provides cloud-to-cloud connectivity running on HGC’s VPLS network, which benefits from high network performance. DBaaS connects different cloud sites and forms an Ethernet network characterised by private and highly-secure data transmission.

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