There is no question that hybrid cloud deployments are gaining traction over traditional on-premises rollouts, with anecdotal evidence of enterprises blending this with private cloud or even multi-cloud deployments to leverage their most compelling capabilities.
In line with the official opening of the Telin-3 data centre in November 2016, the Telin Singapore Advisory Council (TSAC) held its first meeting to gain better understanding of the evolving cloud landscape, and use these insights to determine the business impact on colocation, as well as the design of future colocation spaces.
The process involved a roundtable discussion to garner feedback from council members on their viewpoints and current requirements regarding the current state of the cloud and colocation data centres. This aimed to broaden and deepen Telin Singapore’s understanding of the industry so it can provide better services in various areas, including provisioning, security, and managed services options.
The valuable input of Telin Singapore’s own customers and partners is also helpful in helping achieve progress that will ultimately benefit them, as well as the company and its partners in the data centre and telecommunications business.
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