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KDDI and Telehouse exhibit at Cloud Computing World with Telecloud

Telehouse, the global data centre provider and KDDI, the Japanese telecommunications giant, will be attending the 4th annual Cloud Computing World Forum (CCWF) taking place on 12th and 13th June at Earls Court in London. Located on stand 2090, the event will provide the ideal arena to showcase Telecloud, its newly established Cloud service.

With over 4,000 senior IT decision-makers and 120 exhibitors from around the globe expected to attend, CCWF represents the only place to discuss the latest topics in Cloud, including security, mobile, apps, virtualisation and much more.

Telecloud Architects will be on hand to discuss the integration of mission-critical applications into a globally connected and highly secure resilient Cloud. Currently, private Cloud and shared VDC facilities are located within Telehouse West, London data centre and Telehouse Magny-Les-Hameaux, Paris data centre, France.

Lukasz Olszewski, Cloud systems architect from KDDI Europe, commented: "In its infancy, the data centre model was designed to simply protect business critical data. Over the years, that model has dramatically moved on and now meets business needs surrounding security, connectivity and business continuity, by providing firms within an entire IT infrastructure.

"In the future the emergence of Cloud computing will place an even bigger emphasis and reliance on the data centre. Increasingly, we'll see colocation facilities going beyond their boundaries of simply offering data storage, by building public and private Cloud platforms to host customer's mission-critical applications. It's as a result of this thought process, which lead us to the creation of Telecloud and our attendance here gives us the ideal platform to demonstrate our Cloud model to its target audience."

To find out more about Telecloud, please visit
Published Wednesday, June 06, 2012 6:30 AM by David Marshall
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