Taiwan's Asus to open another three global data centers to meet demand
October 13, 2012, 12:06 am TWN
TAIPEI -- Taiwanese manufacturer Asustek Computer Inc. plans to set up three more data centers worldwide by early 2013, with the aim of providing better services to its cloud users, its subsidiary's director said Thursday.
Asus now has three data centers in Los Angeles, Taipei and Shanghai, which provide services to 10 million users worldwide, said Andy Huang, a director at Asus Cloud Corp., a subsidiary of Asus.
To meet its users' growing demand for cloud services, the company has decided to set up three more centers worldwide, one in the eastern United States, one in Europe and one in northern China, he said at a cloud computing forum in Taipei.