VIRTUS announces cloud partnership with Global Cloud Xchange

25 July 2016 |

VIRTUS has partnered with Global Cloud Xchange to link its Cloud X Fusion ecosystem with VIRTUS’ cloud platform.

VIRTUS Data Centres has announced a partnership with Global Cloud Xchange (GCX), to link its Cloud X Fusion ecosystem  with VIRTUS’ Cloud Connect Platform.

This will provide reliable and secure public cloud access from within VIRTUS data centres, providing tailored, high power-density equipment for virtualised cloud solutions.

Bryce Jewell, managing director of UK for GCX said: “As enterprises continue to mobilise and expand into new geographies, they face a pressing need for secure global capabilities for mission critical applications. By building software-defined networking (SDN) based acceleration, security and on-demand usage based value added features into the network, we are increasing application performance, reducing bandwidth costs and improving security while providing VIRTUS and its customers high performance SLA-backed cloud connectivity across developed and emerging markets in the US, Europe, Middle East and Asia. We look forward to building a long term business relation with VIRTUS.”

Darren Watkins, managing director, VIRTUS Data Centres said: “Cloud adoption is increasing at an unprecedented rate and it is mission critical to have a scalable and resilient infrastructure. LONDON2 (a VIRTUS data centre) is already an award-winning, world-class facility with a broad range of connectivity options, but we are always striving to improve on its offering and GCX will provide a high-performance global reach option, strengthening our ecosystem and ability to support the business expansion of our customers across multiple industries.”

GCX operates one of the largest global subsea cable and terrestrial networks and offers the high-performance Cloud X platform with multi-cloud orchestration to enterprises around the world. Cloud X Fusion is part of GCX’s Cloud X portfolio, a proprietary platform designed to seamlessly combine the speed and power of fiber optics with the agility, flexibility and cost-efficiencies of “pay-as-you-go” cloud computing; available globally and controlled by a simple-to-use user portal.