CITIC Telecom CPC expands global footprint with new SmartCLOUD(TM) Service Centers in Tallinn and New York

Continued ICT investment to meet growing regional customer demand with CITIC Telecom CPC’s ‘West-East Global Cloud Ring’

CITIC Telecom International CPC Limited (“CITIC Telecom CPC”), a wholly-owned subsidiary of CITIC Telecom International Holdings Limited (SEHK:1883) announced launching a new SmartCLOUDTM Services Center in Tallinn, Estonia and opening its second Cloud Service Center in New York, US, to tap into the region’s fast-growing demand for cloud, connectivity and data storage services.

Two new Cloud Service platforms will enable our customers to swiftly scale up their modern business operations with carrier-grade infrastructure, offering additional options for managed cloud services and global connectivity solutions, while enjoying enterprise-class performance, reliability and local support at low costs.

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“Additional SmartCLOUD(TM) Service Centers, are located at Tallinn, Estonia and New York, US in Q3, 2022. It also marks a milestone toward further enhancing CITIC Telecom CPC’s already extensive capability to provide diverse and effective cloud services to Europe-based enterprise customers,” said Mr. Serve Bunnik, Deputy Director, European Operations, CITIC Telecom CPC.

SmartCLOUD(TM) Service Platform is housed at Tallinn Data Center, which serves as one of the largest Internet Exchange (TTL-IX) Point in Estonia; offering on-demand and direct access to the cloud, network, storage, and backup services via CITIC Telecom CPC’s comprehensive ICT resources. The 2nd Cloud Service Platform in New York is located at one of the world’s most connected datacenters at the financial hub nearby New York, next to Nasdaq Data Center, currently serving the world’s largest financial, media and enterprise companies as well as many of the major New Jersey metro trading hubs. The two newest SmartCLOUD(TM) Service Platforms located at prime locations in two different cities offer high availability and powerful connectivity advantages. Multi-cloud services for enterprises deploy their infrastructure and business applications in the public cloud, private cloud and hybrid cloud, with greater options with regards to backup redundancy, range of connectivity and ultra-low latency.

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West-East Global Cloud Ring expands
The pandemic has massively accelerated cloud adoption and surged demand for intra/intercity and cross boundaries connectivity services within European cities. To keep pace with digital transformation, infrastructure complexity and dynamic business operation across the globe, CITIC Telecom CPC expands its global footprint with 2 new cloud platforms, integrated all-in-one comprehensive network-cloud solution in the region, connecting West-East with Global Cloud Ring. Delivering efficient, responsive managed cloud service and global connectivity to elevate regional customers’ rapid digital transformation while further improving the quality and efficiency of its customer experience.

The ‘West – East Global Cloud Ring’ networking Tallinn, London and Frankfurt, spanning across Europe, the CIS and the Asia Pacific including Mainland China, is a highly reliable and one-stop Cloud platform interconnected with CITIC Telecom CPC’s 21 Cloud Service Centers (CSCs) and over 160 POPs in 150 countries. It will be crucial for European-based enterprises who are looking to invest in and explore the emerging market and outreach their business operations. Not only will it provide a scalable cloud platform with full disaster recovery capability to intra-city, inter-city and cross-boundary redundancies, but also offer round-the-clock professional support optimising customers’ IT investment, achieving a faster response time and ensuring business continuity.

“Over the past 20 years, we strive to be the most trusted partner for customers’ around the globe, with our footprint not only covering the Asia Pacific to Europe and America but also extending to the CIS and South Africa. We will continue to provide innovative ICT solutions to help our customers leverage digitalisation to transform their businesses, and even the whole industry,” Serve Bunnik added.

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