Fujitsu Ltd and Fujitsu Systems Business (Thailand) Ltd have launched a cloud service designed to deliver reliable private cloud environments from its data center in Thailand.
This service is targeted at Thailand-based Japanese SMBs that want to start small in terms of an ICT environment but quickly build their capabilities. These businesses can now use IT as a service without owning their own servers and other equipment. Businesses entering the Thai market also have the option to hold their initial ICT investments to a minimum.
Fujitsu has been offering data center services to more than 100 locations worldwide, including 68 in Japan and at more than 40 other countries – from four main data centers. Two of these data centers in Japan, as well as others in the UK, Germany, Singapore, Australia and the US – provide cloud services. Fujitsu first established a data center in Thailand in 2008, serving mainly affiliates of Japanese companies.
It had been proposed initially for cloud services serving customers in Thailand to be hosted from Japan or Singapore. Now, however, the Fujitsu data center in Thailand has been equipped with a private cloud platform to offer ICT services.
Fujitsu aims to draw 100 corporate customers with this service in the next three