Telehouse, KDDI Launch TeleCloud Solutions

Colocation provider Telehouse has teamed with its parent company, KDDI, to launch a portfolio of enterprise cloud solutions, the company said this week.

Colocation provider Telehouse has teamed with its parent company, KDDI, to launch a portfolio of enterprise cloud solutions, the company said this week.  The Telecloud portfolio of services include cloud infrastructure, managed private cloud environments, a public virtual data centre (Telecloud Shared VDC), storage and disaster recovery solutions.

"Telecloud is a joint venture between two industry leaders," said Tokuji Mitsui, Managing Director of KDDI and Telehouse Europe. "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."

"A number of our customers who could not compromise on reliability, security and latency have turned to us to provide them with a private cloud solution hosted from a securely protected environment," said Nick Layzell, Head of System Integration and Cloud Solutions for KDDI.

Telehouse has been in expansion mode. In the past year it has added or expanded data centers in FrankfurtNew YorkHong Kong, South Africa and Istanbul.

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