Interoute, owner operator of a global cloud services platform and one of Europe’s largest networks, has launched a new Interoute Virtual Data Centre (VDC) zone in Stockholm, Sweden. This is its 17th VDC zone globally and the third to open in 2016, following the launch of Istanbul and Singapore earlier in the year.
The new Interoute zone in Stockholm would meet the growing regional demand for fast local cloud services from enterprises in the Nordics. Interoute has a well-established presence in the Nordics, with around 100 employees across offices in Stockholm and Gothenburg, Copenhagen, Helsinki and Oslo serving the enterprise market.
Interoute VDC is a “high performance” enterprise cloud platform, built straight into Interoute’s private global network. It can be controlled via Interoute’s online interface or API. Customers can place their data in any of the 17 VDC cloud zones worldwide, ensuring complete control of where data and applications are hosted. Plus they can transfer data for free between VDC zones on the Interoute network and Interoute offers free in and out bound data transfer for its zones.
“Cloud is a key driver for digital transformation and digital enterprise growth. Interoute is the first global cloud provider to offer a zone in the Nordic region that offers both public and private cloud on one platform,” said Matthew Finnie, CTO of Interoute. “By opting to provision on the Interoute cloud customers have a foundation to transform their businesses. Gunnebo and MedSciNet are great examples of how powerful this change can be for delivering best-in-class customer services.”
Interoute VDC locations are available in Stockholm, Amsterdam, Berlin, Frankfurt, Geneva, Zurich, London (x2), Slough, Madrid, Milan, Paris, Istanbul, Hong Kong, Singapore, Los Angeles and New York. Interoute maintains a certified ISO 20000 and ISO 27001 Quality and Enterprise Security Management System to operate its cloud solutions.