and NTT announce Tokyo data center is now live, an enterprise cloud computing company,
and NTT Communications, announced that’s Tokyo data center has gone live. 

Housed in NTT Communications’ data center facility, the
Tokyo data center will support adoption of’s social enterprise services among the
company’s growing customer base across Japan and Asia Pacific. 

The Tokyo data center offers customers a high-performance
and environmentally sustainable cloud computing infrastructure backed up 100
percent by’s
North American data centers.

“ continues to expand its
infrastructure to support the adoption of the social enterprise among our
rapidly growing global customer base,” said Marc Benioff, chairman and CEO

“NTT Communications is proud to be the data center
services provider supporting the global enterprise cloud computing services of,” said
Sadao Maki, senior executive vice president and member of the board at NTT Communications.

Built according to’s global specifications, the Tokyo data
center will deliver reliability and performance for social enterprises across
Japan and Asia Pacific. Combining’s efficient, multitenant cloud computing
architecture with NTT Communications’ eco-conscious operations, the Tokyo data
center boasts a minimal carbon footprint. places a premium on data management
efficiency and environmental sustainability, supporting more than 100,000
customers worldwide with approximately 3,500 servers.

The number of social networking users has surpassed
e-mail users, and people access the Internet more from mobile devices than from
desktops. is helping companies meet the challenge of this social
revolution with its social enterprise strategy.

By leveraging’s social, mobile and open cloud
technologies, companies can transform themselves into social enterprises by
developing social profiles of customers, creating employee social networks and
building customer and product social networks.

By Team
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