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.