Eze Castle Integration Expands Cloud Services to Hong Kong, Singapore
Boston-based Eze Castle Integration is expanding into the Asia cloud market with its Eze Private Cloud services. The company, which has offices in various markets in the U.S. and international locations in London, England and Geneva, Switzerland, is taking its private cloud services to Hong Kong and Singapore.
Boston-based Eze Castle Integration is expanding into the Asia cloud market with its Eze Private Cloud services. The company, which has offices in various markets in the United States and international locations in London and Geneva, is taking its private cloud services to Hong Kong and Singapore.
Eze, now on three continents, provides private cloud services to the hedge fund industry. According to the company, it currently counts more than 2,000 hedge fund professionals as its customers. Those professionals use the Eze Private Cloud to simplify operations, minimize upfront capital costs and gain some of the benefits of much larger funds without the infrastructure costs.
With the expansion into Asia, Eze is becoming a global company serving the hedge fund industry with its private cloud-based services, which include Eze Managed Suite, Eze Managed Infrastructure and Eze Managed Data Protection. The trio of services provide customers with fully managed IT in a private cloud infrastructure, disaster recovery, online backup and messaging archiving.
This expansions shows the extent to which the private cloud services market is growing worldwide. Now, hedge fund companies in Hong Kong and Singapore will have access to the services Eze already provides to such companies in the United States, England and Switzerland.
"Eze Castle Integration sees tremendous opportunity for private cloud services in the Asia-Pacific region as hedge funds around the world embrace the cloud to streamline and enhance their operations," said Serge Bukhar, executive director of international operations of Eze Castle Integration, in a prepared statement.
Gartner reported in September it expects the overall worldwide cloud services market to surpass $109 billion this year. North America is the largest region for cloud services, but Asia-Pacific is an emerging market that will show some of the highest growth rates in the world. Although this represents the overall cloud services market (both public and private), it's clear the market is there, presenting opportunities to cloud services providers with the resources and wherewithal to capitalize on them.