CenturyLink To Extend Data Centers Into Australia

CenturyLink announced at the end of April that it would offer full access to its managed hybrid IT services to corporations in Australia. The organization has previously offered network services to groups within Australia, but will now be deploying its managed, hosting, colocation and public cloud services within the country.

"We are eager to offer our managed hybrid IT services and consistent IT experience to multinational corporations in Australia, one of the most connected countries in the world," said Grey Messer, CenturyLink's managing director of the Asia Pacific region.

The launch of the company's public cloud platform in Singapore and managed hosting service in China have given the group the momentum necessary to propel itself across many markets.

CenturyLink is the third largest telecommunications company in United States. As a provider of cloud infrastructure and hosted IT, they provide high-quality advanced fiber optic networks and data centers. The organization's strategy is to become an all-in-one provider for businesses that have many disparate needs from their telecommunications partners, including managed cloud hosting, Internet access and data center connectivity. Its global data center network helps to give it the access necessary to carry this plan out.

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