Bengaluru-based mobile device Cloud platform pCloudy.com on Monday launched its new device data centre in Melbourne, Australia. The new data centre is aimed at tapping the app market in Australia and South-East Asia. Also Read - Cryptocurrency regulation bill: How worried are Indian investors?Also Read - Indian mobile gaming market to shoot up to at least $5 billion by 2025: Report
“This launch will help us increase our customer base in South-East Asia and Australia, along with offering added advantages of increased test coverage to our existing enterprise customers,” said Avinash Tiwari, Co-Founder, pCloudy, in a statement.
The data centre will help in testing the apps on all Australia-specific mobile devices with local telecom networks such as Vodafone, Telstra and Optus. pCloudy uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) and robotics to provide testing services to enterprises.
Apart from Australia, it has data centres in India, the US and Philippines. pCloudy.com is owned by Smart Software Testing headquartered in California. ALSO READ: VMware opens its first AirWatch data centre in India