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Microsoft Azure aims for June launch in China

Windows Azure launches in China June 6

Following Microsoft’s announcement in November 2012 that it was working with data centre company 21Vianet to bring the Azure platform to China, the Redmond-based software giant’s this week confirmed that the infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and platform as a service (PaaS) will go live on June 6.

Advanced 365, UKFast, Softcat and Phoenix join UK government G-Cloud III

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Advanced 365, UKFast, Softcat and Phoenix are the latest group of cloud service suppliers to have secured a spot in the UK government CloudStore, a digital marketplace for ICT services procured by government IT departments.

Orange brings enterprise cloud infrastructure to Asia and North America

Orange Business Services plans to enter new regions in a bid to attract MNCs and capture more market share globally

European-based firm Orange Business Services on Tuesday announced the expansion of its Flexible Computing enterprise cloud offering to Asia and North America, in a bid to capture a growing share of demand for networked cloud infrastructure services from multinational corporations (MNCs).

Dell to focus on OpenStack-based private cloud, dumps public cloud strategy

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As Dell continues to grapple with slumping demand in its legacy business units, the company has cancelled plans to launch an OpenStack-based public cloud and has also canned its VMWare virtualisation and storage offerings already on the market.

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