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Alibaba Cloud Announces the Launch of its Cloud Computer in Singapore

Alibaba Cloud Announces the Launch of its Cloud Computer in Singapore

Alibaba Cloud has brought its cloud computer overseas for the very first time

Alibaba Cloud has announced the launch of its cloud computer in Singapore. This launch also includes Wuying Cloud Computer and Elastic Desktop Service (EDS) in Singapore.

Alibaba's cloud computer will help businesses access DaaS for swifter IT deployment, increased device flexibility, enhanced security, and reduced downtime for technical support. "Our cloud computer offers enterprises an innovative way to address business issues that arise during digitalization, including those associated with increased IT expenditure, the need to manage desktop clusters in a centralized way, and the means to leverage public cloud securely while enjoying all the economies of scale it can bring," said Dr. Derek Wang, General Manager for Singapore, Alibaba Cloud Intelligence.

The company has stated that the customers who are using its cloud computer have reported a significant reduction in their IT hardware spend (almost 50%). Bringing the innovation to Singapore is Alibaba's first overseas stop for its cloud computer.

Amongst the first to use Alibaba Cloud's cloud computer is Netpluz Asia, a managed IT and communication service provider with Network Operation Centers (NOCs) in Singapore and Malaysia.

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