Element Critical

Element Critical, a U.S. colocation data center owner/operator formerly known as CentralColo, with colocation data centers in Silicon Valley, Chicago, and Northern Virginia, has integrated Pureport’s Multicloud Fabric into its facilities.

Mike Frank
“Integrating Pureport’s platform into our data centers will allow customers to quickly and cost-effectively connect to the top cloud providers of their choice,” said Mike Frank, Vice President of Product at Element Critical.

Pureport’s Multicloud Fabric would allow Element Critical’s enterprise clients to securely deploy cloud, multicloud, hybrid cloud, or multi-site network connections, without the need to purchase expensive, resource-intensive physical infrastructure.

“Integrating Pureport’s platform into our data centers will allow customers to quickly and cost-effectively connect to the top cloud providers of their choice,” said Mike Frank, Vice President of Product at Element Critical. “We are effectively letting our customers ‘hit the easy button’ on their hybrid IT strategy by facilitating multicloud connectivity integrated with their colocation deployment. Compared to other services, Pureport offers a truly scalable and more flexible SDN giving our customers complete control of their business and application environment.”

Orchestrate Private Connectivity

Pureport’s Multicloud Fabric would seamlessly orchestrate scalable, private connectivity ranging from 50Mbps to 10Gbps to the major public cloud providers. The platform includes a Distributed Multicloud Router that automatically scales with each new connection, enables full-mesh connections between sites and cloud providers from the same network, and supports layer 3, BGP peering between them.

“To meet the increasing demand for hybrid IT, it’s essential we partner with top-tier data center providers to deliver all-in-one data center and cloud solutions,” said Rich Lee, CEO of Pureport. “We are excited that Element Critical’s customer base will reap the benefits of having access to an easier, faster, and cheaper method to build and manage hybrid cloud networks.”

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