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SINGAPORE, SINGAPORE–(Marketwired – Jun 20, 2016) – Servers.com has launched the new data center in Singapore. Being a part of XBT Holding, which has already had an infrastructure in Singapore, Servers.com is expanding its presence in the region, keeping the company’s main features and objectives: reasonable prices and enterprise-grade quality. The Singapore data center from now on has direct connectivity with Europe. The latency between Europe and Singapore has been decreased by two times.
The new facility corresponds with Servers.com’s fundamental principle – identical infrastructure in all locations. The key products such as cloud servers, dedicated servers, and cloud storage are united in hybrid cloud-ready environment, including Free Global Private Network that connects all the Servers.com data centers and creates a unified worldwide automated hosting platform.
“The opening of the Singapore data center aligns with our strategy and goals to expand our global presence. Moreover, some of our international clients have a growing interest in the Asian emerging market as a whole, and in Singapore in particular. We are planning to continue expansion in the APAC region, and are currently looking into options to establish our operations in Hong Kong by end of Q3’2016,” states Nick Dvas, Servers.com’s Chief Operating Officer.
Servers.com is a global IaaS hosting platform that provides an automated server infrastructure to small and midsize businesses (SMBs). We offer a diversity of bare metal and cloud computing services and business tools in one package. Servers.com currently has 5 ISO 27001-, ISO 9001-, and PCI DSS-certified data centers in Moscow, Dallas, Amsterdam, Luxembourg and Singapore and is expanding to Europe and Asia.