CenturyLink expands its cloud platform to Australia

Century Link LogoLaunches CenturyLink Cloud node in Sydney to continue international expansion

CenturyLink, Inc. (NYSE: CTL) has announced the availability of CenturyLink Cloud in Australia. The CenturyLink Cloud platform delivers enterprise-class control, agility, scalability and security backed by an industry-leading global network.

Businesses based or operating in Australia can now turn to a single, trusted provider for public and private cloud infrastructure, managed services, colocation, network connectivity and support for advanced hybrid solutions. The Sydney cloud node joins the company’s other available cloud locations in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Germany and Singapore.

“Launching the CenturyLink Cloud node in Australia signals our strong commitment to this key growth market,” said Gery Messer, CenturyLink managing director, Asia Pacific. “We’re seeing increased customer demand for IT services in Australia, which is one of the most connected countries in the world. Thanks to our continued investment in Asia Pacific, many more organisations are achieving success on their hybrid IT journeys.”
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Wavelink undergoes rebranding to reflect business expansion

Melbourne, March 2, 2011 – Wavelink Communications, a value added distributor of business IP, wireless, communication and network security and access solutions, has announced it has rebranded the company logo by dropping the word ‘Communications’ to reflect expansion across the business.

Ilan Rubin, managing director, Wavelink, said, “The branding change reflects the expansion Wavelink has experienced over recent years, from distributing almost exclusively wireless voice communication solutions to a much broader range of complementary internet protocol (IP), wireless, communication and network security and access management solutions.

“Rapid changes in technology and customer demand has given Wavelink the opportunity to grow and take on new partnerships to expand its business portfolio to meet the growing needs of businesses for integrated technology solutions.”

“Part of this change also includes a new by-line, which positions Wavelink as a source of the best technology from around the world combined with the local expertise to effectively distribute and support those solutions. This branding change is about how Wavelink sees itself moving forward and how we want our stakeholders to see us,” Rubin said. Read more ❯