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December 17, 2004

AT&T Opens Data Center in Singapore

Telecommunications giant AT&T (ap.att.com) announced on Thursday that it has launched a new Internet data center in Singapore, expanding the company's ability to offer businesses in the South East Asia region globally consistent managed hosting services. This is AT&T's sixth IDC in the Asia Pacific region, bringing the company's total to 26 across the globe.

From the new IDC, AT&T will offer a variety of flexible hosting solutions including security, storage, intelligent content distribution, disaster recovery and load balancing options with Virtual Private Network and data networking integration. AT&T's Enterprise Hosting Service enables customers to select the level of monitoring and management to suit their business needs.

"AT&T Enterprise Hosting Services are an important enhancement to our service portfolio, as they offer customers a continuum of hosting and management capabilities that provide a flexible, global infrastructure supporting their e-business applications," says Collis Loh, country general manager, AT&T Singapore. "Singapore is a key market for international businesses with networking and applications needs."

The new Singapore IDC is one of AT&T's four regional hubs in the Asia Pacific region, and is linked to the other five IDCs, located in Hong Kong, Tokyo and Sydney, by high-speed links, and to the United States to provide customers with complete redundancy options.

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