Telehouse and KDDI to Exhibit at Cloud Expo Europe with Telecloud

  Telehouse and KDDI to Exhibit at Cloud Expo Europe with Telecloud

         The data centre cloud provider exhibits at Cloud Expo Europe

Cloud Expo Europe 2013 Stand 651, Excel Exhibition Centre

Business Wire

LONDON -- January 21, 2013

Telehouse, the global data centre provider will be exhibiting at Cloud Expo
Europe 2013 on 29^th and 30^th January alongside parent company KDDI, the
Japanese telecommunications and Systems Integration giant to showcase their
portfolio of IAAS cloud services, Telecloud.

Now into its third year, Cloud Expo Europe is Europe's premier event for the
cloud industry. Boasting world-class speakers year after year, attendees can
expect to liaise with top industry CTOs, analysts and senior researchers at
the biggest gathering of thought leaders and practitioners in Europe.

Marking a year since the launch of Telecloud, their pan-European
Infrastructure-as-a-Service offering, Telehouse and parent company KDDI will
be sharing their successes and experiences of the service which has seen it
integrated into a Pan-European solution. In this time Telehouse and KDDI have
secured numerous clients including a major M2M firm, a significant banking
organisation and several of the world’s largest gaming companies.

Over the past twenty years, Telehouse have positioned themselves as the
trusted infrastructure partner, based on their ability to offer consistently
reliable and connected services with a focus on delivering dependable disaster
recovery and back up sites. As part of their commitment to facilitating the
growth of businesses worldwide, Telehouse offers a truly flexible cloud based
solution designed for both the SMB and Large organisation, enabled through a
collaborative approach. Combining the resources of KDDI and Telehouse, the
IAAS cloud utilises expertise in all four key areas of cloud integration,
including; the data centre and underlying hardware infrastructure, design and
management of a customised virtual environment, ensuring a highly secure
network and connectivity for cloud access and delivering an on-going support
service to grow your cloud platform.

Benoît Mercier, ICT Solutions director at Telehouse commented: “Although
virtualization adoption is increasing, key concerns surrounding security and
reliability have not lessened. We at Telehouse recognise this viewpoint and,
as an industry leader are focused on providing a truly dependable service by
utilising our extensive experience in physical and virtual infrastructure
management, setting the standard for current and future developments in cloud
computing. Cloud Expo Europe offers a fantastic opportunity for us to listen
to our customers about the opportunities they face and share our experiences
of how we can help achieve them, in 2013 and beyond.”

Telehouse and KDDI will be exhibiting at stand 651 on the 29th and 30th of
January. Anyone interested in a briefing with Telehouse can contact the press
office to arrange a time.

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About Telehouse

Telehouse provides global Tier III data centres, connectivity and managed ICT
solutions, providing secure and resilient infrastructure for mission-critical
IT systems. Established in 1989, Telehouse became Europe’s first carrier
neutral colocation provider. Today, the company is at the heart of the
Internet and telecommunications infrastructure, serving over 2,000 major
corporations worldwide, across a wide range of industries including government
and financial institutions. Telehouse is the data centre subsidiary of
Japanese corporation KDDI, a $45 billion Global Fortune 300 telecommunications
and systems integration provider. In 2012, Telehouse in conjunction with KDDI
launched its own brand of cloud services offering the full portfolio of IAAS.


For further editorial information or to arrange a briefing:
Telehouse press office
Rob Jessel
or Emma Scott
Spreckley Partners Ltd
Tel: (0)20 7388 9988
For Sales:
Tel: +44(0) 207 512 0550
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