Alibaba Cloud Computing Services in India
Alibaba Cloud Computing Services Arm to Open Data Center in India, Indonesia
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba group’s cloud computing arm, Alibaba Cloud Computing Services, established in September 2009 announced on Wednesday at its Computing Conference in Shanghai that it plans to open two new data centers in Mumbai, and Jakarta, in Indonesia, during the current financial year that will help nearly 51 million Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in India. As part of its announcement, Alibaba cloud will significantly increase its computing resources in Asia with powerful, scalable, cost-effective, and secure cloud capabilities. The Alibaba data center in Mumbai will begin a new competition for the existing players like Google, Microsoft, and Amazon Web Services and help meet the surging demands for cloud computing services among the fast-increasing number of SMEs in the region.
Commenting on the establishment, Simon Hu, Senior Vice President of Alibaba Group and President of Alibaba Cloud said, “Opening data centers in India and Indonesia will further strengthen our position in the region and across the globe.” He further added “We are excited to establish our new Mumbai, India data center in January 2018. Which help us to work closely with more Indian enterprises. As these enterprises sectors are innovative and extended in growth. We look forward to empowering them through our cloud products with powerful, scalable, cost-effective, and secure cloud capabilities.
Alibaba Cloud Computing Services
Alibaba cloud says that India is another important key market in their globalization strategy. Indian businesses will provide a tremendous opportunity for rapid economic growth. The data center’s service offerings Indian clients a comprehensive suite of high-performance cloud products. Which include large-scale computing, storage resources, and big-data processing capabilities, as well as enable them to run their applications on the company’s cloud platform.
As part of the project, Alibaba Cloud being the largest providers of public cloud services in China. Which has partnered with Global Cloud Xchange (GCX), a subsidiary of Reliance Communications. The company earlier at the conference in Shanghai partnered with Tata Communications and will provide direct access from over 150 countries. Including India to connect to Alibaba Cloud Express Connect via Tata Communications’ IZOTM Connect service.