Go Daddy opens data centre in Singapore

By : |September 26, 2010 0

SCOTTSDALE, USA: Web hosting service provider and domain name registrar Go Daddy has expaned its operations into Asia with a new data centre in Singapore.

Go Daddy already has customers in 33 Asian countries and is looking to expand its reach.

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“We’ve been taking care of customers in the Far East for years — now we’re ready to have a Go Daddy Girl based in Asia,” said Go Daddy CEO and Founder Bob Parsons. “Ella is an absolute beauty. She’s smart, she’s talented and she knows how to levearage the Internet.”

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