(Ping! Zine Web Hosting Magazine) – Cloud infrastructure, SaaS and public virtual data centers are just some of the factors included in a new cloud computing solution introduced by colocation company Telehouse on Tuesday.
Called Telecloud, the service is being launched as a joint venture between Telehouse and its parent company KDDI.
Discussing the matter in a press release, Telehouse Europe and KDDI Managing Director Tokuji Mitsui stated, “Telecloud is a joint venture between two industry leaders. It marks the next stage in the evolution of Europe’s first purpose-built data centre provider and a step forward for the cloud industry.”
“The data centre is at the heart of a cloud solution making the physical infrastructure the integral role in maintaining the reliability and accessibility of a company’s application. That is why the partnership of Telehouse and KDDI brings a new unique perspective to the cloud market,” Mitsui continued.
As a colocation provider, Telehouse has a wide variety of data centers worldwide in locations including Europe, the United States, Africa and Asia.
Specifics of Telecloud include 24×7 support, self-service portals and private networks. The solution will be demonstrated by Telehouse and its parent company at this year’s Cloud Expo Europe, soon set to take place in London, UK.
The news follows a Telehouse data center expansion into the country of Germany where the company recently launched a new 220 thousand square foot facility.