StratoGen, a VMware hosting company with a worldwide client base and award-winning cloud platform, plans to open additional cloud data centers in New York and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Industry experts opined that the data centers allow StratoGen to position themselves as one of a select few cloud providers that offer a truly global reach.
Officials with StratoGen said the New York facility is scheduled to come online in October 2012, with Kuala Lumpur following before year end.
According to company officials, the expansion adds to existing StratoGen cloud platforms in London, U.K. and Denver, Colo.
StratoGen operate a common architecture across all data centers, ensuring performance and functionality remain consistent in all regions.
“We have seen huge growth in both our private and public cloud offerings over the past year, based on our ability to deliver a feature complete solution with guaranteed 100 percent availability,” said Karl Robinson, vice president of sales.
“With the addition of these data centers, we can offer our clients further regional presence and cement our position as the leading global VMware hosting provider.”
“As we aggressively pursue our global expansion, we always maintain our focus on the core values that have won StratoGen so many accolades. We are fully committed to providing the highest performance, most resilient VMware cloud in the industry,” added Robinson.
Back in April, StratoGen announced that it added a significant range of new features and products to its award-winning partner program. Top of the list is the ability to white label vCloud hosting, allowing partners to provide services to their clients using their own branding.
The StratoGen white label service is the first to be launched on VMware's new vCloud Integration Manager (VCIM).
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Edited by Braden Becker