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IBM’s SoftLayer and DataHotel aid Japanese companies to swell globally

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ARMONK, USA: DataHotel Co. Ltd (DataHotel), a Japan-based managed hosting service provider intended for mobile and smartphone application developers, has cherry – picked SoftLayer, an IBM company, as its cloud infrastructure provider of choice, so as to swell overseas delivery of “DATAHOTEL for App.”

IT infrastructure plays a dynamic role in sustaining a company’s advance as they expand into new markets. Intrinsically, organizations entail a high level of support from their IT vendors as they expand globally to ensure that they can deliver stable services to their customers, keep costs low and maintain enough flexibility to adapt to rapidly changing business needs – regardless of where their IT infrastructure is physically located.


Buttressed with its flagship service, “DATAHOTEL for App,” DataHotel manages the IT infrastructure for gaming and smartphone application developers, allowing customers to focus on development rather than IT maintenance. As smartphone use increases world-wide, DataHotel provides a global IT infrastructure that can support application development and delivery for overseas customers, without subjecting them to performance and latency issues.”

By way of allying with IBM’s SoftLayer as the company’s cloud provider of choice, DataHotel will be able to power services from 40 data centers in 15 countries and five continents globally by the end of Fiscal 2015 – counting the United States and Singapore, where it is currently escalating.



Jawed Akhtar

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