SecureAX Pte Ltd has opened an office and new infrastructure in Thailand, its second presence in the South East Asia (SEA) region.
The new office in Thailand, to be headed by Mr. Nattawoot Leadrutdachakul, will allow the Singapore-based virtualization and cloud computing company to tap the growing cloud computing market in Thailand, as well as the neighbouring countries such as Laos PDR and Myanmar.
Also a Managing Director of Covermat Co., Ltd, Mr. Leadrutdachakul is leading and growing a strong team of Sales and Technical specialists in Bangkok to support the business growth for SecureAX Thailand. “Our customers are demonstrating strong interest to explore how they can leverage on the cloud platform to improve their work productivity as well as to drive their capex cost down for IT infrastructure. We are also seeing very strong demand for Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS) amongst our customers who are very concerned with their business continuity here in Thailand. The SecureAX cloud computing offers the perfect solutions to what these enterprise customers are looking for,” said Mr. Leadrutdachakul.
Through SecureAX Thailand, a full suite of Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) such as public and private elastic cloud servers, managed datacenter services and disaster recovery solutions are offered to the market in Thailand, leveraging onto the strong technical knowhow and industry experience of the SecureAX Singapore team in addition to the well-established True Internet Datacenter (TrueIDC) massive domestic and international bandwidth in Thailand.
On top of the IaaS offerings, as a Citrix Service Provider, SecureAX Thailand enables a full line of business apps to be delivered through its Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) and Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) services, utilising Citrix technologies built on the Citrix XenServer and its array of Citrix Workspace Suite such as XenDesktop and XenApp.
The growing awareness and concern over business continuity as a result of the political stability and severe floods in the recent years are catalysts to strong demand for cloud computing and disaster recovery solutions in Thailand. SecureAX Thailand has the right tools to address to these needs.
SecureAX Thailand disaster recovery solutions enable enterprises and businesses to securely replicate or backup their critical data to the Thailand infrastructure, with key features as follow:
- Instantly spin up compute, storage and networking resources within SecureAX Thailand cloud servers should the customers’ main datacenter or on-premise infrastructure goes down
- High speed recovery with low recovery point objective (RPO) and recovery time objective (RTO)
- End-to-end AES 256 encryption
- EMC data domain boost integration
- Transaction-level recovery of Microsoft SQL databases
Through the DaaS and VDI services, SecureAX Thailand is able to help companies of all sizes enhance productivity of the workforce which are mobile and working outside of the office. A strong emphasis is placed in information security, WAN optimization and acceleration by SecureAX to help companies embracing bring-your-own-device (BYOD) initiative to take full benefits from the VDI service. Additionally, a wide choice of business apps and software are also made available through its flexible licensing model.
“We are seeing a lot of synergies between SecureAX Pte Ltd and Covermat Co., Ltd. There is also clearly a gap and demand in the market which we could capitalise on hence we are very optimistic at achieving robust growth within Thailand market through the business value addition and infrastructure cost optimisation we could deliver to the end users,” according to Mr. Michael Foo, Business Development Director of SecureAX Pte Ltd.
About SecureAX Thailand
SecureAX Thailand is a joint-venture operation between SecureAX Pte Ltd and Covermat Co., Ltd offering a complete range of virtualization, cloud computing, managed datacenter services and disaster recovery solutions in Thailand. The main datacenter is situated in TrueIDC Bangkok which is connected directly to the True International Gateway (TIG) and the Communication Authority of Thailand (CAT).