The new center will serve local and Southeast Asian customers, according to the company's cloud computing unit.
"Overseas clients will enjoy more options and faster connection speed," a company statement said, adding that even more cloud services targeting overseas markets will soon be launched.
"Chinese enterprises, such as application developers, are eagerly looking at expanding into
The city's role as a global financial hub also will provide customers in the company's banking, insurance and security sectors, it said.
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