SHANGHAI, May 4, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- GDS Services, the biggest third-party high-grade DC service provider in China, exhibited its outstanding range of infrastructure resources and services and presented the brand new concept of "CloudMix" at Interop 2015. Interop is being held from April 27 to May 1 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas.
The new landscape of the IT industry has undergone drastic change, and legacy platforms are in widespread use. GDS believes that traditional data centers and cloud services cannot respond to the diverse and expanding needs of the market, nor can they make full use of their infrastructure resources and meet the challenges posed by growing IT complexity. But CloudMix – a new hybrid infrastructure service concept that integrates legacy platforms, cloud and high-availability services –maximizes the use of infrastructure, provides customized IT services and allows customers to move data and applications conveniently between legacy platforms, private, and public clouds. Providing security, availability, agility and automation, CloudMix represents the future of enterprise data center development.
"We're happy to host GDS Services as an exhibitor at Interop this year. GDS CloudMix joins many exciting IT solutions Interop attendees will be able to experience firsthand at the Expo," said Interop General Manager Jennifer Jessup.
The company's international business is growing fast -- now GDS is looking for global partners for further growth. GDS President and CEO William Huang states: "Our top priority in overseas strategy is to help Chinese companies grow their international business, and to build both independently and through partnerships a professional service platform providing high-availability IT support. Many domestic users have already selected data centers and advanced cloud services outside China through our platform. In the future, we will develop a full range of services overseas to better support the international expansion strategies of our Chinese customers."
Huang further elaborates: "Deeper global economic integration creates changing needs. Domestic data centers and cloud computing resources have fallen behind. Globalization of IT is an irreversible trend. Through major expos such as Interop 2015, we will reinforce the company brand and image, promote our strengths, intensify international cooperation, and play our part in global integration. Our goal is to facilitate high-efficiency data mobility among different regions and countries, and create an ecological chain of global data centers and cloud computing."
Advanced and integrated, GDS Services provide customized IT solutions including computing, storage, database and middleware, Internet, and other industrial networking connections. They can serve both Internet companies, and traditional businesses with higher security and availability requirements. Its data centers now cover China and the Asia-Pacific, providing high-availability IT operated services for international expansion. Offering flexibility and one-stop service, GDS cloud computing facilitates business development for overseas customers already in or currently entering the Chinese market.
Established in 2000, GDS is China's first financial disaster recovery service provider and now the largest third-party high-level data center service provider in China. With world-class new-generation data centers and 14 years of professional experience in providing high-availability IT service, as well as excellent capability in integrating industry chains, GDS is capable of providing customers with data center services and cloud computing services. GDS's data center services cover standard rack hosting, private cage hosting, customized module hosting and customized data center at different levels. The cloud computing services contain public cloud, private cloud, professional service and IT managed service. GDS provides end-to-end total solutions from consulting to data center planning, construction and operation, as well as extensive services for multiple industries such as banks, insurances, securities, energy, manufacturing, logistics, and internet and government agencies. Today, GDS operates 17 data centers in China, forming a data center cluster fully covering domestic key economic areas and extending to Asia-Pacific region.
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SOURCE Global Data Solutions