Tpcoms first to become cloud verified by VMware in Vietnam

Channel Asia | November 21, 2019

Tpcoms first to become cloud verified by VMware in Vietnam
Tien Phat Technology JSC (Tpcoms) has become the first cloud verified partner of VMware in Vietnam in a move designed to drive adoption at enterprise level. Delivered through the VMware Cloud Provider Program, Tpcoms has also launched TPCloud, providing large-scale customers full access to the vendor’s cloud technologies across the country. As a verified cloud specialist, the service provider will offer Vietnamese businesses cloud infrastructure supported by a team of technical VMware experts. “Tpcoms’ focus on transforming Vietnam’s business landscape with TPCloud, along with its proven track record of delivering critical technology infrastructures to Vietnamese businesses, makes them an ideal partner to bring VMware’s cloud technologies to enterprises in the country,” said Santoso Suwignyo, senior director of Southeast Asia and Korea, VMware.

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