MUMBAI: Tata Communications today said it has opened a data centre in Singapore to meet the growing IT outsourcing needs of enterprises.
The data centre will provide increased capacity for both domestic and international companies, bringing them cost and resource efficiencies as well as greater IT service availability and performance, the company said in a filing to the Bombay Stock Exchange.
TCX will also support Tata Communications' cloud computing and managed hosting and storage services to be launched in the near future.
Tata Communications Exchange (TCX) is part of the USD 430 million that Tata Communications pledged to invest in Asia Pacific between 2009 and 2011. Of the total planned investment, USD 180 million has been provided for data centre infrastructure and managing services in this geography.
"Asia is one of the most attractive investment destinations for businesses today," Tata Communications President and Chief Operating Officer Vinod Kumar said.