InterCloud taps euNetworks for multi-100G

Created March 17, 2020
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InterCloud, the provider of fully managed software-defined cloud interconnect services, is bolstering its backbone to multi-100G through a deal with euNetworks.

InterCloud has signed a pan-European agreement with euNetworks for bandwidth infrastructure services. The agreement will give InterCloud multi-100Gbps core backbone capacity across Europe and will activate connectivity to over 420 data centres, accelerating and simplifying deployment of last mile access to InterCloud’s customer sites.

The deal will also enhance and integrate InterCloud’s cloud native platform with euNetworks’ Cloud Connect solution, delivering direct access to all the key cloud platforms in the market. “This immediately expands the reach and resilience of InterCloud’s advanced cloud connectivity experience for its customers,” said the France-headquartered provider.

With the development of a software integration between the InterCloud platform and euNetworks’ infrastructure, InterCloud’s customers will benefit from the “unique experience of a DevNetOps journey backed by a market-leading availability and performance SLA”, it said.

Benjamin Ryzman, chief technology officer of InterCloud, said, “With ever growing requirements for performance and bandwidth from our customers, we decided that now was the right time to set up a future proof agreement with a network services partner capable of supporting these needs.”

He said, “The proven performance, the support and expertise of the euNetworks team, as well as the capabilities of their infrastructure, were key in our decision to entrust them with our European expansion.”

Kevin Dean, chief marketing officer of euNetworks, said, “Our footprint and direct access to key cloud platforms delivers a good fit for InterCloud’s native cloud platform and how they want to develop it further. We look forward to supporting them with bandwidth infrastructure services.”

euNetworks owns and operates 17 fibre-based metropolitan networks connected with a high capacity intercity backbone covering 51 cities in 15 countries across Europe. The company also directly connects over 420 key data centres.

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by Antony Savvas

Antony Savvas is a global technology journalist covering the key trends in the communications industry, and was there at the beginning of mobile business and ICT convergence, the move to the cloud and now digital transformation