Hyderabad, July 25, 2013) - Global provider of high-performance hosting and network solutions, Florida (US)-headquartered Webzilla, has expanded into the Indian market, with Hyderabad as its base. Following the introduction of its services in Singapore in 2012 this is the next big step in Asia. The company will offer full-scale hosting solutions portfolio to businesses of all sizes looking to develop their online presence in the region.
Earlier this year Webzilla acquired scalable dedicated space of 1,000 square feet in a modern tier 4 datacentre in Hyderabad. Starting with 650 servers Webzilla plans to double its capacity in less than 6 months. To mark the commencement of its operations in India Webzilla grants 25% off the prices offered by local providers for the purchase of up to 5 new servers.
"The company's new facility conforms to the highest power, security and energy efficiency standards with autonomous power supply, layered authentication and state-of-the-art HAVC systems," said Konstantin Bezruchenko, CTO at Webzilla. "This makes our new location a number one choice for hosting mission-critical business data, corporate websites and applications that require maximum availability guarantees."
"There is an increased activity of late from Indian businesses to come online while new e-commerce websites are being started every day. Numerous international corporations are also driving up the demand for IT infrastructure solutions by extending their operations to the booming Indian market," said Rajesh Kumar Mishra, CFO of Webzilla. "Webzilla's mission is to deliver to local and international players the same level of service excellence as enjoyed by our customers around the world. Solid local technological platform and extensive international expertise give Webzilla a competitive advantage that is hard to match."
Webzilla is a world leader in premium enterprise hosting and colocation services, with a private backbone network linking multiple carrier-neutral data centers in Europe (the Netherlands), North America (Texas) and Asia (Singapore, India). www.webzilla.com .