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CITIC Telecom CPC Announces Strong Revenue Growth and Industry Leadership Recognition

Launches Expanded Singapore and Malaysia Points-of-Presence to support continuing ASEAN Momentum and growing Global Footprint
Singapore -- Media OutReach -- CITIC Telecom International CPC Limited (CITIC Telecom CPC), a wholly-owned subsidiary of CITIC Telecom International Holdings Limited (SEHK: 1883), today announced significant year-on-year business success, mainly attributable to increasing Asia Pacific demand for the company's enterprise-class VPN and cloud services. In response, CITIC Telecom CPC has launched an expanded Singapore office and new service operating presence in Malaysia to support continued ASEAN growth, and further bolster its global footprint. The company also announced its recent recognition as the top Cloud Services Provider in NetworkWorld Asia's "Readers' Choice Product Excellence Awards 2013," as well as its winning of research analyst Frost & Sullivan's "2013 Greater China Growth Excellence Award" for the IP-VPN Market.

Said Stephen Ho, CEO of CITIC Telecom CPC: "We experienced robust growth in the past year, with revenue increased by almost 30%, thanks to strong demand for our VPN and cloud solutions. This is a testament to our success in predicting emerging enterprise needs, and then developing and delivering the most innovative and relevant business solutions to address those needs."

To build on this momentum, and serve its customers better, CITIC Telecom CPC is expanding its regional presence and resources. Today it launched its upgraded Singapore office, which will operate as the company's new regional hub for South East Asia, providing customer support, engineering, sales and other services. The company also announced it has established a new service presence in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

"These expanded points of presence will enable even higher service quality to our customers," said Stephen. "For example, we can deliver higher responsiveness to help ASEAN customers troubleshoot issues, or provide advice for upgrades and migrations. I expect we will grow our Singapore staff by about 70 percent in the coming years."

The new ASEAN sales and service hub, is housed in the 11,000 sq feet state-of-the-art Solaris building in one-north, Singapore's 200 hectare business cluster catering to world-class companies in the fields of Biomedical Sciences, Infocomm Technology (ICT), Media, Physical Sciences and Engineering.
 
"A key factor to our success is our comprehensive range of ICT solutions--including advanced MPLS VPN, information security and cloud infrastructures-- which seamlessly interoperate and complement each other, and directly address real-world needs of our enterprise customers," said Ivan Tang, Sr. Vice President of Sales. "We back all these innovations with robust carrier-class infrastructure, extensive service coverage, 24x7 monitoring, and highly knowledgeable and conscientious customer service teams. Regionally, we now have over 60 points-of-presence, and seven cloud service centres--including three cloud centres set up in Singapore, Taiwan and Beijing this year."



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