Alibaba ‘on track’ to open Singapore data centre in september  

SINGAPORE: China Web giant Alibaba Group said ; it was “on track” to open its data centre here in September – the second overseas data centre to be opened this year by Aliyun, its cloud computing arm.
In a press release, the company said the data centre in Singapore will provide a range of cloud computing services to companies operating in Southeast Asia, with an initial focus on Chinese businesses.
When it opens next month, the centre will be connected with the existing six centres in Beijing, Hangzhou, Qingdao, Hong Kong, Shenzhen and Silicon Valley, it added.