Cloud provider Datapipe announced on Monday that it is expanding its Asian footprint through a new data center and offices in Singapore.
Datapipe established its presence in Asia in 2005. Now Datapipe is in Hong Kong, Singapore and Shanghai, three strategic locations for the cloud provider.
“Singapore, Hong Kong, and Shanghai are the preferred locations for multinational companies to establish their headquarters in the APAC region,” Robb Allen, Datapipe CEO said in a statement. “This expansion enables us to directly service our enterprise clients in all three locations.”
As enterprise cloud projects are expected to grow over the next two years, with two-thirds of companies expected to increase cloud budget spending in 2013 and 2014, Singapore has the infrastructure to support cloud growth.
Datapipe offers its Managed AWS and AWS Direct Connect for hybrid cloud solutions in Singapore, as well as Stratosphere, its High Performance Compute Cloud. Recently, Datapipe acquired Newvem, which offers real-time insights into Datapipe managed AWS.
Through Singapore’s fiber rich network infrastructure and diverse connectivity options, clients will be able to move data securely between each Datapipe location in Asia, as well as all of the other Datapipe data centers in Silicon Valley, North Virginia, New Jersey, Iceland and London.