Adam rolls out DE-CIX DirectCLOUD offering in Spain

Adam rolls out DE-CIX DirectCLOUD offering in Spain

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DE-CIX has formed a strategic partnership that establishes Adam, a Spanish neutral data centre provider, as the first partner to offer the company’s DirectCLOUD service in Spain.

Through this cloud agreement Adam customers will gain access to the DE-CIX Cloud Exchange delivering connections to global cloud services provided by companies such as Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, Amazon Web Services and IBM Bluemix.

“Our alliance with DE-CIX is a commitment to growth and exemplifies our mission to provide powerful, innovative, agile and competitive connectivity services,” said David Ribalta, sales and marketing director at Adam.

“This new offering complements our collocation and infrastructure-as-a-service services, allowing our customers to easily and securely establish high-performance multi-cloud hybrid environments.”

In addition, the news makes Adam the first DE-CIX partner to offer the Microsoft Azure Peering Service, a direct interconnection service to Microsoft software-as-a-service offerings, like Microsoft 365 and Dynamics 365.

The new DirectCLOUD service will be available at Adam’s new data centre facility in Madrid in May 2021, as well as their existing facilities in Barcelona. The service offers a direct and easy connection to major cloud providers, now available for Adam's 800+ medium and large-sized enterprise customers.

“We are very pleased to partner with Adam and introduce our DirectCLOUD service in Spain,” added Theresa Bobis (pictured), regional director for Southern Europe at DE-CIX.

“Being very strong in the medium-sized enterprise business, Adam is perfectly suited to cooperate with DE-CIX and offer optimal cloud connectivity to its current data centre customers in Madrid and Barcelona, as well as to a growing number of international organisations.”

In related news, at the start of the month PacketFabric expanded its network interconnection capabilities to DE-CIX Chicago, increasing the ability for networks to access DE-CIX from even more data centre locations.