IO recognized for its ability to optimise digital infrastructure in a seamless manner
The 2013 Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific Best Practices Awards, in its sixth consecutive year, recognizes companies across industries commending their diligence, commitment, and innovative business strategies required to advance in the global marketplace.
"IO.OS, the data centre operating system, bridges the gap between managing and monitoring. It allows operators to view not only environmental and physical components but also digital infrastructure." said
"It is an honor for IO to be recognized by
About IO Singapore
IO Singapore offers a highly reliable, energy-efficient and secure software-defined data centre that enables cloud-based and legacy IT deployments at any scale. Customers have the flexibility to deploy their infrastructure in a shared environment or within dedicated IO.Anywhere modules and infrastructure. IO Singapore is a carrier-neutral data centre and does not charge monthly recurring fees for cross-connects. IO Singapore offers a 100 percent uptime Service Level Agreement to give customers the confidence that their applications will be always-on.
IO is a global leader in software-defined data centres and has pioneered the next generation of data centre infrastructure technology. IO's integrated hardware and software data centre technology platform offers enterprises, governments, and service providers an innovative way to deploy, provision, and optimize data centre capacity anywhere in the world. IO technology lowers the total cost of data centre ownership compared to traditional data centres, enabling dynamic deployment and intelligent control based on the needs of IT equipment and applications in the data centre.
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