Interoute is the owner operator of Europe’s largest network and a global cloud services platform, providing Connectivity, Communications and Computing services to a wide range of customers from ambitious start-ups, national and international enterprises, global telecommunication and mobile operators, OTT and internet giants, system integrators, channel partners to governments.
Today people and customers across the globe rely on Interoute’s cloud based services and our lit fibre network, which connects 126 cities in 29 countries, 15 Data Centres, 17 Virtual Data Centres, 33 colocations facilities and has connections to an additional 195 partner owned data centres.
Our network also serves as the landing point for subsea cables from the Africa, Asia, The Middle East and Europe, making Interoute the digital bridge between the North, South, East, and West.
Interoute Virtual Data Centre (VDC)
Interoute VDC is an automated and scalable Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) cloud platform providing compute, network and storage which is uniquely built on its own global fibre optic network. The only smart cloud built on top of a smart network; because of this VDC delivers some key benefits:
• Private by default when connecting together your traditional on-premise IT, existing legacy public cloud and new applications running on agile VDC infrastructure
• The industry leader for low-latency, high throughput and intelligent software defined networking with no data transport cost, when compared with legacy public cloud. This enables scalable, distributed architectures that span public cloud, traditional in-house IT and applications running on VDC, with predictable service levels and lower cost
• Complies with data residency regulations via data centres in 17 zones across the globe. This geographic distribution also means compute on VDC is never far from where the service is being consumed
• VDC is the only cloud solution that bridges traditional slow but stable IT, commodity public cloud and fast, new, adaptable IT services that tightly align with organisations digitally transforming their business. All this without the usual cloud-related architectural, billing, security, service level or legal challenges.