In an effort to enhance their customer base in South East Asia and Australia, pCloudy.com – one of largest mobile device cloud platform, today announced the launch of its new device data center in Melbourne, Australia. The launch of the data center is aimed at tapping the Australian App market helping our customers increase their App coverage to ANZ region.
The new data centre will help in testing the apps on all Australia specific mobile devices with local Telco networks such as Vodafone, Telstra and Optus. The opening is in sync with pCloudy’s global expansion plans and further in line with building world’s largest cloud platform for mobile and IoT Testing by as early as 2019.
Commenting on the new data centre launch, Mr. Avinash Tiwari, Co-Founder of pCloudy said, “It has been a great year for us in terms of customer acquisition. We received overwhelming response from our customers for our last data center in California, US. Furthering our success, we are happy to announce the launch of our new device data center in Melbourne, Australia. This launch is a strategic step will help us increase our customer base in South east Asia and Australia along with offering added advantages of with increased test coverage to our existing enterprise customers.”
pCloudy has its existing data centers in three countries – India, US and Philippines. The data centre launch in Australia will help the organizations in further increasing the test coverage and the savings on device testing. pCloudy is leveraging AI and robotics to solve some of the pressing testing needs of enterprises undertaking digital transformation and IoT journey.
In August, Smart Software Testing solutions Inc. (SSTS), the company behind pCloudy.com, announced a strategic investment in Crowd4Test.com, a Bengaluru, India based startup building SaaS platform for managed Crowd Testing and User Experience testing. The company also announced its intent to integrate pCloudy and its AI powered Mobile App Testing platform with Crowd4Test.com with an aim to build world’s largest cloud platform for mobile and IoT Testing by as early as 2019.
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