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Cloud provider Servercore, in partnership with Astana Hub, launches a startup support program

It will provide a reliable IT foundation for their further development.

Servercore , an international IT infrastructure provider, announced a partnership with Astana Hub, the largest innovation hub in Central Asia. The activities of Astana Hub are aimed at creating and developing an ecosystem for IT business, training technical specialists and supporting start-up projects . Today, about one thousand four hundred IT companies are registered in the technology park. As part of cooperation with Astana Hub, Servercore is implementing a program to support startups participating in the hub.

The program provides for the monthly accrual of bonus funds in the amount of one hundred thousand tenge to the balance of the Servercore control panel during the first six months of cooperation between residents of the technology park and the provider. With their help, Astana Hub residents will be able to pay in full for any provider service: cloud or dedicated servers, as well as platform services. Before starting cooperation with program participants, Servercore specialists will conduct a free consultation, during which they will assess the scale, features of the project and offer a suitable infrastructure solution taking into account the type and level of loads. If necessary, the provider’s team will help with migration to the cloud for free and seamlessly transfer projects of Astana Hub residents.

“We are pleased to cooperate with Astana Hub and the opportunity to support promising local startups by providing a reliable IT foundation for their further development. With a multiple growth in the business of program participants and an increase in their consumption of cloud services during the first two months, we are ready to offer even more favorable conditions on an individual basis,” commented Sergey Bobko, regional development manager for Servercore in Kazakhstan.

In the future, Servercore is also considering the possibility of attracting technology companies to the program that are not yet residents of the Astana Hub.

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