Neutrona Networks expands its managed cloud connect service offering to IBM Cloud

12 March 2019 | Natalie Bannerman

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Neutrona Networks is partnering with IBM Cloud to offer its enterprise customers access to IBM Cloud’s global network, by IBM Cloud Direct Link to its existing Managed Cloud Connect Services.

“Our customers can now enjoy direct connectivity to the IBM Cloud to access their most important office applications at speeds as high as 10Gbps,” said Luciano Salata, co-founder of Neutrona Networks. “This reflects our ongoing commitment to provide our customers with the best options available as they choose private network connectivity for their public, private or hybrid cloud ecosystems.”

Since the launch of its  Managed Cloud Connect Service in 2018, Neutrona has enhanced its offering, making it easier for enterprise customers to use high-speed network connections to link their existing IT infrastructures with cloud computing environments. This collaboration with IBM means that Neutrona customers who already use IBM services can quickly expand their data networks anywhere within the Americas while retaining access to the IBM Cloud.

“As businesses enter the next phase of the cloud journey, adopting a hybrid cloud strategy can help generate new business value and optimise critical processes,” said Gabriel Montanti, global offering executive, IBM Cloud. “IBM is collaborating with Neutrona through the growing IBM Cloud Direct Link service provider program to help enterprise reliably move their data with security between the cloud and on-premises environments.”

Neutrona joins the likes of Colt, SES Networks, Digital Realty, Megaport and Interxion, that all offer direct connectivity options to IBM Cloud.

“Our collaboration with IBM offers further proof that Neutrona is committed to ensuring that our customers have access to the latest technological solutions offered in the world,” said Mateo Ward, co-Founder of Neutrona Networks. “We will continue to re-write the rules of wholesale data transport services in Latin America, so that we can provide international telecommunications carriers and Fortune 500 enterprise companies a bridge into our world.”