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Tencent Cloud Launches Four New IDCs across Asia and Europe

Tencent Cloud Launches Four New IDCs across Asia and Europe

Tencent Cloud has announced the launch of four new internet data centers (IDC) in Bangkok, Hong Kong, Tokyo, and Frankfurt. It is the latest step forward in Tencent’s robust growth strategies for improving its global infrastructure.

The customer demand has been rising, which has been driving the blossoming cloud spend worldwide. Last year, Tencent Cloud had opened its second availability zone in Korea, followed by first IDC in Indonesia, and third availability zone in Singapore in April 2021. With its launch in Bangkok, Hong Kong, Tokyo, and Frankfurt, the Tencent Cloud is operational in 27 regions and 66 availability zones.

“The cloud industry is quickly evolving and growing, making Tencent Cloud look forward to further demonstrating its commitment to provide customers with more diverse cloud products as well as stronger redundancy and backup options,” said Poshu Yeung, Senior Vice President, Tencent Cloud International.

The launch yesterday was the second availability zone in the cities of Bangkok, Frankfurt and Tokyo, and third in Hong Kong. “The launch of the new IDCs in Bangkok, Frankfurt, Hong Kong and Tokyo at the same time is a significant development in our strategy to rapidly and efficiently expand our international portfolio. We are also planning to have over 30% growth in terms of our IDCs all over the world by end of this year,” added Yeung.

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