Microsoft Azure now generally available in China, operated by data Internet services provider 21Vianet

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Microsoft today announced Azure is now generally available in China. The cloud computing platform is operated by data Internet services provider 21Vianet. 21Vianet, a Chinese company, last year claimed to be the “largest carrier-neutral Internet data center services provider” in the country. It has 81 data centers in 42 cities in China, although that number is likely growing. The duo calls the news a “significant milestone” because it means Microsoft is the first global company to make onshore public cloud services available to customers in China. Here is what the company has to say about its partner: To ensure a...

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