Ilissa Miller, CEO, iMiller Public Relations, says:

To succeed in the global marketplace, businesses need global footprint. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the Asia-Pacific region. Collectively, the region already represents a US$23 trillion market and is projected to account for one-third of the world’s GDP by 2020. Numbers like these just can’t be ignored. So, the question is not whether you need presence in Asia, but how are you going meet that demand, and how quickly can you do it.

Regional Expertise

Colocating with Pacnet does just this: it gets your business off the ground with the network and connectivity your business requires and without you having to invest in your own data center infrastructure.

The Asia-Pacific region represents tremendous opportunities, but it also presents challenges to your business.  While the sheer size of the investment required to build data centers is in itself no small feat, the region also presents its own inherent challenges relating to language, culture, politics, and fragmented network infrastructures.  Fortunately, Pacnet has the regional business expertise to meet the  evolving and increasingly-complex compute, storage and transport requirements of customers with its managed network and data center solutions.  Pacnet began in Asia. Understanding the Asia-Pacific region is in its corporate DNA. With its Asian expertise and deep understanding of your regional business needs, Pacnet can match its capabilities and solutions with your business requirements.

Unparalleled Network Capabilities

Not only does Pacnet offer regional business leadership, but is also one of the region’s leading providers of managed data connectivity.  Harnessing the capabilities of its extensive data center network across the region and fiber optic submarine cable network spanning 46,420 km within Asia and across the Pacific, Pacnet offers customized solutions to carriers and enterprise customers. Pacnet Data Center Services provide a scalable, consistent service experience through its interconnected data centers across 16 cities covering all the key regional cities and offering an unrivaled presence in China.  In fact, Pacnet, through its joint venture company, Pacnet Business Solutions (PBS), is licensed to operate data center network services in five key cities in China and has recently launched a new carrier-neutral data center in Chonqing, an emerging cloud computing hub in the country.

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