Azure Stack now in 92 countries

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Earlier this week, Microsoft announced some exciting updates across Azure IaaS, including that we will expand the footprint of Microsoft Azure Stack to a total of 92 countries.

At Ignite last year, Microsoft launched Azure Stack in 46 countries and given customer demand since then, they have worked with our hardware partners to double the number of countries Azure Stack now supports.

Leveraging its pan-African fiber network and data center capabilities, Liquid Telecom will be able to directly offer Azure Stack services to businesses operating in Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Rwanda, Kenya, Botswana, Mozambique, and Mauritius.

The launch marks the first time that the Azure Stack platform will be available locally in these markets, offering businesses greater flexibility, security and cost savings by deploying hybrid cloud architecture and scenarios.

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