Rick Harshman, managing director, Asia Pacific, Google Cloud, has revealed that several Indian companies have selected Google Cloud.
Ashok Leyland, Calcutta Electric Supply Corporation (CESC), Dainik Bhaskar, Dalmia Cement, DTDC, Delhivery.com, GoIbibo, Reliance Entertainment – Digital, Royal Enfield, Air Vistara, Tata Sky, Walnut and Hike Messenger have selected Google Cloud as their technology platform.
Hike’s entire messaging application and network, as well as all front-end traffic, is running on Google Cloud.
Google Cloud has completed the migration, which took place earlier this year, over a 90 day period. Since the migration to Google Cloud, Hike has seen a 25-30 percent reduction in latency, improving the overall user experience on their platform. Google Cloud is also allowing Hike to scale with efficiency and greatly reduce their go to market time and effort.
Globally, Airbus, Coca Cola, Colgate, Home Depot, HSBC and Philips, among others, are running on Google Cloud platform.
Global partners of Google Cloud are Accenture, Citrix, Deloitte, Intel, Intuit, Nutanix, Pivotal, PwC, RedHat and SAP, among many others.
BluePi, Happiest Minds,, Searce, Team Computers, Microland, MediaAgility, Shivaami, CloudCover and PowerUp Cloud are some of the Indias partners for Google Cloud.
“With the Google Cloud India region going live in Mumbai before the end of this year, enterprises in India will soon be able to take advantage of the high speeds, low latency and performance benefits uniquely offered by our Google Cloud Platform services,” Rick Harshman said.