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ChinaNetCenter Working with Amazon Web Services China for China Cloud Service

AWS China selects ChinaNetCenter to offer cloud services across China

BEIJING, Jan. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- ChinaNetCenter (SZ300017), a leading integrated service provider of CDN and IDC in China, announced today that it is working with AWS China to deliver the AWS cloud service in China.  ChinaNetCenter will cooperate with AWS China and its other local China providers to provide the necessary Internet Data Center (IDC)and Internet Service Provider (ISP) services, such as infrastructure, bandwidth, and network capabilities, to deliver the best experience for customers in China.ChinaNetCenter will also be AWS China's preferred provider of Content Delivery Network (CDN) services in China. "Our work with AWS China will be another major advance that will allow us to create a harmonious and win-win cloud ecosystem," said David Liu, vice president of ChinaNetCenter. "By supporting the delivery of AWS software technology services in China, we are confident that we will expand our business and enable variable enterprises and end-users to benefit from our 13-year professional service experience of providing consistent, reliable and secure IDC and CDN scalable platform and resource in China."

"AWS China and ChinaNetCenter are both customer-focused and consistently maintain high-quality services and innovation," said Alex Yung, Corporate Vice President, Managing Director, AWS China. "We are looking forward to closely working with multiple Chinese organizations to help small and large companies use cloud computing to innovate, deploy faster and increase agility."

Founded in 2000, ChinaNetCenter is currently running more than 30,000 servers, with a bandwidth size of up to 4T with continual improvements made in resource utilization, service efficiency, and security performance. It is working on building a flexible and reliable cloud delivery platform in cloud computing industry base with Xiamen R&D center, which has more than 50% of the employees working in the company. In the future, ChinaNetCenter will continually improve the cloud ecosystem and industry chain on levels such as application intelligent monitoring, big data analytics and network security solution.

As of today, more than 50 standard open APIs and 100 plus functionalities have been developed on ChinaNetCenter's Cloud Distribution Platform. The Cloud Distribution Platform has a distributed architecture, standardized management and strong stability, scalability, high security and usability. The open APIs of the Platform will radically change the client configuration change request process which currently involves manual work and 1-2 days' waiting, into a procedure of only 3-5 minutes from submission of a change request to effectuating changes throughout the network. This could significantly improve efficiency and lower operation cost.

To this date, ChinaNetCenter serves more than 3,000 clients in various industries and has 70%-80% of the China market share for outsourcing of the traditional Internet industry.

About ChinaNetCenter

ChinaNetCenter (Wangsu Science & Technology Co., Ltd.) was founded in January 2000, and is a leading Internet service platform provider in China, mainly providing customers with content distribution and acceleration, server hosting and rental, network optimization solutions, and other services. With strong research capability, ChinaNetCenter developed many core technologies with independent intellectual property. In October 2009, ChinaNetCenter was listed on China Shenzhen Stock Exchange (SZ300017). For more information, please visit http://en.chinanetcenter.com/Home.

For more information, please contact:

Songsong Yang
+86-10-8451-8125
[email protected]

SOURCE ChinaNetCenter

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