Singapore web host company SingHost announced on Monday it has named Kimberly Koh head of its cloud server hosting division.
The Singapore web host market has grown substantially in recent years, with a rise of Singpore-server based hosting companies.
In this position, Koh will lead SingHost’s cloud server hosting division in which her main responsibilities will be to ensure the up-time guarantees are maintained, and that the company’s hosting infrastructure is continually improved to accommodate customers’ needs.
After graduating from the Singapore Institute of Management, Koh worked for a few different start-up companies that focused on providing search engine optimization and digital marketing solutions to clients.
“Kimberly will bring with her a decade of experience gained while working with start-up companies,” said James Lee, head of marketing at SingHost. “A web hosting business is not just about having the technical know-how regarding different types of hosting, but also requires significant knowledge regarding advanced marketing techniques. With a combination of marketing and technical experience, Kimberly is in a great position to advance the objectives of our cloud server hosting division.”
SingHost’s servers are hosted in M1 Connect, a 20,000 square foot data center in Singapore that has multiple connections to major Internet backbone carriers.
Customers can choose from a range of web hosting, cloud hosting and cloud server hosting at SingHost, with the option of purchasing a domain name and a SSL certificate.
SingHost says it backs these services with “quality customer support” which includes an SLA guarantee of 100 percent server up-time.
SingHost recently partnered with cloud security and web performance provider CloudFlare to help protect and accelerate its customers’ websites.
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