Alibaba Cloud opens new data centre in India to empower SMEs

Alibaba Cloud has 33 zones in 16 economic centres worldwide.

Alibaba Cloud opens new data centre in India to empower SMEs

New Delhi: Alibaba Cloud, the cloud computing arm of Alibaba Group, has announced that clients can start to sign up for services to be delivered in its new India data centre, set to open in January.

Located in the city of Mumbai, this new data centre will help meet the surging demand for cloud computing services among the fast-increasing number of Indian small and medium size businesses in the region.

Alibaba Cloud will establish a local team of dedicated professional consultants to provide service planning, implementation and after-sales support, helping customers of all sizes as they move to the cloud and enabling them to realize their full growth potential.

The company had earlier also announced a partnership with Tata Communications to provide direct access to Alibaba Cloud Express Connect through Tata Communications` IZOTM Private Connect Service.

Alibaba Cloud has 33 zones in 16 economic centres worldwide, with coverage extending across China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan, Australia, West Asia, Europe, India and the US.

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