Zenlayer Powers UCloud’s Overseas Expansion

China’s cloud computing giant, UCloud, has engaged Zenlayer to provide global managed hosting services for its expansion overseas.

 

Recently, UCloud’s servers in Zenlayer’s Los Angeles Data Center began full operations.  The 424,000 SF, SSAE 16 SOC-1 Type II and PCI DSS certified data center in Downtown LA boasts of an 100% uptime SLA.

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As Chinese gaming companies expand into North America, demand among UCloud’s customers for global services has increased significantly.  In response, UCloud formed a special unit to perform an in-depth comparison of leading managed hosting providers in North America.  After months of scrutiny, UCloud chose to partner with Zenlayer.

 

“We are impressed by Zenlayer’s highly experienced technical and customer service teams.  In particular, the English/Chinese bilingual capability of their global networking operation center is difficult to come by overseas,” said Xinghua Ji, UCloud’s founder and CEO.  “We are confident that by utilizing Zenlayer’s sophisticated infrastructure and service, UCloud will be able to provide secure and reliable cloud services to our customers.”

 

“UCloud possesses extraordinary innovation capability, as evidenced by their success in the Chinese IaaS market.  We are excited to become UCloud’s top partner and service provider in their overseas expansion,” said Joe Zhu, founder and CEO of Zenlayer.  “We look forward to continuing to support Chinese companies’ global expansion, and to facilitate UCloud’s quest in becoming a top cloud service provider.”

 

 

About UCloud (https://www.ucloud.cn/en)

UCloud (Shanghai UCloud Cloud Computing Co., Ltd.) is a leading IaaS service provider in China.  UCloud’s own R&D solutions range from computing and storage to network resources and other fundamental IT infrastructure that enterprises need.  UCloud has provided services to 30,000 enterprise customers worldwide.  Recently, to better serve international clients, UCloud released the much anticipated English version of its cloud products.

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