08 Mar '11, 2pm

Tata Communications launches international cloud computing services

Tata Communications launches international cloud computing services

SINGAPORE : Indian company Tata Communications has launched international cloud computing services, and it has chosen Singapore to begin the global roll-out. Cloud computing allows companies to adopt a "pay-as-you-use" model for infrastructure such as data storage and processing power. Tata is targeting revenues of US$250 million in the next three years, with a third of it coming from Asia. It expects the computer games industry to be one of its key customers. A computer game called 'World of Temasek' allows players around the globe to interact in an online world. It is an example of a mass multiplayer online game in which the required processing power goes up only when more users log in. Magma Studios, the company behind the game, buys processing power as and when it needs it. Now, Magma expects that other video-game companies will also embrace cloud computing, moving awa...

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