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CoreSite (NYSE:COR), a provider of data center colocation campuses with high-performance cloud access and interconnection solutions across the United States, has added support for Google Cloud’s Partner Interconnect at its Silicon Valley data center campus. Google Cloud’s Partner Interconnect service allows clients to connect to Google Cloud globally. Also, direct Internet peering is now natively available on CoreSite’s Silicon Valley data center campus.
CoreSite may now use Google Cloud Dedicated Interconnect to deliver low-latency fiber access to Google Cloud, allowing it to serve the Silicon Valley region’s most demanding data and application requirements.
Dedicated Interconnect at CoreSite’s data center campus in Silicon Valley would offer secured 10G and 100G connection “at a cheaper cost than” Type 2 access from carriers or data centers.
“We are dedicated to helping our customers solve increasing bandwidth and performance challenges,” said Juan Font, CoreSite’s Senior Vice President of General Management. “CoreSite’s interconnection platforms enable them to transfer and process large datasets with ultra-low latency, architect hybrid and multi-cloud solutions, and boost cloud access resiliency via diverse points of connectivity. Google Cloud Dedicated Interconnect high-speed fiber connectivity is a value-adding enhancement to our interconnection capabilities in Silicon Valley.”
Google Cloud Dedicated Interconnect
With native high-speed fiber connections, local autonomous platforms, bio-science organizations, and high-tech companies choosing to collocate their IT infrastructure at the CoreSite data center campus in Silicon Valley may now satisfy their high bandwidth and low latency requirements. This latest native Google Cloud Dedicated Interconnect service rollout complements CoreSite’s existing Google Cloud offerings in other CoreSite markets, including as Chicago, Denver, Los Angeles, and Reston.
CoreSite recently decided to expand Partner Interconnect to Google Cloud across all of its colocation markets, enabling more points of connectivity, customizable capacities, and making it easier for clients with multi-region and multi-cloud architectures to link their networks with Google Cloud directly.