Atos Cloud Computing, the first authorized foreign-funded company to operate data centre and cloud computing services nationwide in China, renews its Value-Added Telecommunication Services licenses

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Atos Cloud Computing, the first authorized foreign-funded company to operate data centre and cloud computing services nationwide in China, renews its Value-Added Telecommunication Services licenses
Atos Cloud Computing, the first authorized foreign-funded company to operate data centre and cloud computing services nationwide in China, renews its Value-Added Telecommunication Services licenses

The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of the People’s Republic of China has renewed the Atos Cloud Computing Co. Ltd. VATS licences for a further 5 years to 2028.

Wuhan, China, October 16, 2023: Atos has renewed its Value-Added Telecommunication Services licences (VATS licences) in China, enabling it to run world-class digital services and data centres across the country. Atos Cloud Computing has retained the licences since 2019, being the first authorised foreign-funded company to operate cloud computing VATS-regulated activities in several Chinese cities, including Beijing, Shanghai, and Wuhan.

The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of the People’s Republic of China has renewed the Atos Cloud Computing Co. Ltd. VATS licences for a further 5 years to 2028. The VATS licences stipulate that Atos Cloud Computing is qualified to provide Internet Data Centre Services (covering multiple regions, referred to as “IDC”) and Online Data Processing and Transaction Processing Services for customers in China.
  
This VATS licence’s extension is a key milestone for Atos China; it means that we can continue to deliver world-class secure and compliant digital services supporting customers’ growth ambitions.” said Ruifeng Yun, Managing Director at Atos China Cloud Computing.

“The ability to serve our local and worldwide customers in China with regulated data centre services, online data processing, and cloud services is a distinctive capability that Atos is proud to bring to our partners in the region and globally. This five-year renewal underlines our strong working relationship with the Chinese Regulatory Authorities and our commitment to the Chinese market.” Daniele Principato, CEO at Atos Asia Pacific

In more detail, the Value-Added Telecommunication Services accreditation enables Atos in China to deliver:

Internet Data Centre Services (covering multiple regions)

  • IDC services include the placement, maintenance, system configuration, and/or management services provided for users’ servers and other network equipment utilising the corresponding data centres, as well as the rental of database systems, servers, and other equipment, the rental of storage spaces for such equipment, the proxy rental of communication lines and/or bandwidth, and/or other application services.
  • Internet resource collaboration services, which include data storage, an internet application development environment, internet application deployment, and operation management services, are provided for users through the internet by virtue of the equipment and resources established on the data centres in a manner of accessing and expanding on demand at any time and collaborative sharing.

Online Data Processing and Transaction Processing Services

  • Online data processing and transaction/affair processing services are available through the internet by utilising various kinds of online data and transaction/affair processing application platforms (including transaction processing services, electronic data exchange services, and network/electronic equipment data processing services).

Read more about Atos cloud solutions here.

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