Cloud content delivery specialist G-Core Labs, has just launched a public cloud through its Luxembourg data center with plans to go global.

The company is known to be an international cloud and edge solution provider for the entertainment industry and media business. However, G-Core is now expanding its service scope to hosting other cloud and data center customers.

“Our public cloud already offers a standard functionality of cross-functional virtual machines, not limited in capacity, with the options of smooth automatic scaling, system backup and data disaster recovery,” said Vsevolod Vayner, G-Core Labs cloud platform department head.

“We allow our clients to create virtual cloud networks where they can set up private clusters to do necessary computations or to isolate a certain set of applications within their own cloud network.”

The Luxembourg G-Core facility already have customers on board which include MTS, Beeline, Megaphone, Tinkoff Bank and Wargaming Group – owners of the World of Tanks, World of Warships and World of Warplanes gaming brands.

Starting with Luxembourg, the company plans to expand its public cloud services to the international market with Moscow, Frankfurt, Singapore, Sydney, Santa Clara, Sao Paolo and Khabarovsk; making the first list.

G-Core’s global expansions will be implemented via partnerships with other data centers. The company also plans to add an option of auto-deploying Kubernetes clusters for container orchestration “soon”.

The public cloud is integrated with G-Cores’s other products and services, including its content delivery system, DDoS attack protection at the net protocol level, a cloud object data repository, and a media platform for streaming and providing videos on demand.

In addition, the company said the public cloud offering will be utilizing a pay-as-you-go model, which will boost the development, testing and launching of new products and services of any size and from any field, through cost efficiency.