Fibre wholesaler Vocus has moved to position itself as a key capacity provider for US companies selling Cloud services to Australian customers via South-east Asia.
The company has established a point of presence (PoP) at the Equinix data centre in Singapore, facilitated by its acquisition of capacity on the SeaMeWe-3 undersea cable system from Perth to Singapore several months ago. Vocus chief executive, James Spenceley, said the international move would aim to provide overseas companies moving into Singapore with lower latency and a direct path in order to sell capacity back into Australia.
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