Enterprise cloud service provider Zadara has set up base in Malaysia as part of its Southeast Asia expansion plans.
It has also formed a strategic partnership with KH Datagate, which will see the rollout of the latter’s private cloud infrastructure and service across the nation.
“With strong government support and increasing appetite among corporate entities, we believe that the market opportunity will only continue to grow. This is why we have now entered the market space – to work collaboratively and synergistically with other industry players to fully realise this potential,” said LindSay Lim, Regional Sales Manager of Zadara.
Zadara combines on-premises and cloud solutions to offer a fully featured, fully elastic and fully managed experience for its customers. Its cloud services include enterprise compute, storage and networking infrastructure-as-a-service.
“What truly sets us apart however is our business model that allows for unrivalled flexibility with a true pay-per-use system which enables enterprises of all sizes to scale up or down their needs and consequently their investment as needed. In a volatile global landscape, such as the one we are currently in, this flexibility can make or break businesses,” said Lim.
KK Khooi, Founder of KH Datagate, believes that Malaysia’s IT landscape has evolved immensely in the last few years.
“This new environment calls for synergy and global collaboration to enable fast, secure and widespread cloud adoption. In line with our mission to lead the market through always-on infrastructure, we are proud to be partnering with Zadara to fast track our efforts in Malaysia,” he said.