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Symantec doubles capacity and improves resilience of its cloud services in Australia

Symantec has doubled the capacity of its Symantec cloud services in Australia by signing a three-year, multi-million dollar deal to colocate servers and associated equipment in a Fujitsu data centre in Sydney, Australia.  This investment will enable Symantec to meet growing business demand for secure, reliable and high-performance cloud services including email, endpoint, web and instant messaging security as well as backup and archiving solutions.

Symantec selected Fujitsu after issuing a competitive tender in mid-2011 for additional capacity to meet forecast demand for small business and enterprise cloud services.  The colocation deal complements its existing Symantec cloud capacity at a data centre run by Equinix, also located in Australia.

Source: Symantec

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