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Zenlayer rapidly deployed multiple servers in Los Angeles, Frankfurt, Washington and Tokyo for SpeedyCloud, a leading cloud computing services provider.
One of SpeedyCloud’s core products – its cloud gaming platform, has been widely recognized by many influential gaming companies in China. Its cloud API allows developers to utilize code to control distributed cloud systems and build scalable and automated dynamic applications. At the same time, the API is fully compatible with AWS API to ensure seamless transition to and from overseas cloud platforms.
In order to meet increased overseas demand for its services, SpeedyCloud conducted extensive research and ultimately chose to partner with Zenlayer to quickly deploy servers in North America, Europe and Japan.
“Zenlayer has excellent global coverage, sophisticated data center infrastructure and cutting edge technology. More importantly, Zenlayer’s flexibility in meeting our compressed timeline to deploy servers across three continents and its ability to provide 24×7 English/Chinese bilingual support were key factors in our decision,” said Hao Yu, CEO of SpeedyCloud. “We are confident that our partnership with Zenlayer will provide reliable and secure cloud computing services to our customers.”
“SpeedyCloud has grown rapidly over recent years,” said Joe Zhu, CEO and founder of Zenlayer. “Its R&D team has developed an efficient and secure cloud computing platform that is both sophisticated and flexible. We look forward to further cooperation with SpeedyCloud.”
SpeedyCloud, provider of China’s leading cloud computing services platform, is a subsidiary of Beijing SpeedyCloud Technology Co., Ltd.. SpeedyCloud is primarily focused on enterprise cloud infrastructure services. Its products cover computing, networking, storage and database management, and includes cloud hosting, cloud object storage, cloud servers, cloud distribution, SDN, load balancing, relational cloud database and NoSQL cloud database.