Micro Focus has unveiled a new public cloud data centre in the UK.
According to the company, the new facility is part of an ongoing strategy to move away from private data centre business and provide improved availability, security and data sovereignty to its UK customers.
“As a company, we felt as though it was important to provide customers with an alternative public zone for their data to reside, outside of the EU but still within Western Europe,” said Ian Simmons, VP and GM UKI at Micro Focus.
“We have supplemented our public cloud offerings to ensure our customers’ needs are met and in addition to our cloud data centre in Frankfurt. This UK data centre reaffirms Micro Focus’ commitment to investing in the region.”
He added, “For Micro Focus, our strength comes from giving our customers choice and flexibility. By choosing public cloud, we not only give customers that freedom, but we also let the hyperscalers play to their strengths, ensuring that our customers are always receiving best of breed service and solutions.”