International cloud and edge solutions provider, G-Core Labs opens a point of presence in Singapore. The new PoP offers customers secured dedicated and virtual servers, as well as services for the fast delivery of content.
According to G-Core Labs’ announcement, the hosting and CDN point will be in demand among telecommunication and broadcasting companies, mass media, streaming services, developers and publishers of video games, online retail, cloud service providers, the banking sector and other companies. G-Core Labs servers are located in a certified Tier III class data center. The company provides 5 TB of traffic for free for each dedicated server
The automatic installation of the most popular operating systems (OS) (Windows and Unix), installed when ordering the server, is provided in the company’s dedicated and virtual servers. Users also will be able to connect your own ISO image and install the necessary OS. Andre Reitenbach, G-Core Labs managing director said,
“Being a recognized world economic center, Singapore is actively developing internet infrastructure and communication networks: more than 93% of 5,8 mln residents here regularly go online, and in terms of speed of fixed and mobile internet, the city-state takes the 1-st and 2-nd places in the world respectively. Singaporeans actively watch videos, communicate in social networks, buy online, including food, electronics, and beauty products. The new G-Core Labs location will be in demand both in Singapore itself and in neighboring China, as well as among Asian, European, and American companies seeking to work effectively in the local and regional markets.”
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