The cloud computing giant has proclaimed a new Azure cloud computing region in China through its local operating partner 21Vianet, as the nation’s demand for cloud services booms. Also, it plans to bolster its footprint in the country, where the market for cloud services is anticipated to skyrocket.
Microsoft Azure regions are various data centers deployed within a specific perimeter and connected through a dedicated regional low-latency network.
Chinese consumers will have access to Azure’s computing, analytics, networking, and IoT services and productivity platform Microsoft Office 365 and business applications such as Dynamics 365 and Power Platform.
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