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Fintech Austreme using HGCGC to store transaction data

Terence ChauBrand protection company Austreme, the approved MasterCard Merchant Monitoring Service Provider (MMSP), has selected a HGC GlobalCentre data center to store its ever-growing volumes of online payment card transaction data.

Austreme has deployed in an independent cabinet on the tier-3 certified and ISO 27001 accredited HGCGC facility.

Austreme serves payment service providers and credit card brands with online merchant transaction detection service to detect any illegal or brand-damaging transactions.

To achieve this, Austreme uses a core technology platform that provides big data intelligence to collect and analyze large volumes of global transaction data and monitor website content.

Austreme's Transaction Laundering Detection and Website Protection solutions are accredited with Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) certification, and the company is currently monitoring more than 29 million websites globally.

The fintech company was founded in Australia in 2011, and relocated its regional headquarters to Hong Kong in 2016 to help fulfill its global expansion ambitions.

The company selected the HGCGC facility because of its high standard of co-location service as well as its stable and reliable Internet connectivity, accroding to Austreme director Terence Chau.

“HGC’s world-class data center meets our strict security requirements. The favourable price-to-cost-performance ratio, along with high-speed connectivity and stability, fills me with confidence in transferring big data to HGC’s facility and expansion of our business,” he said.