Interxion, a European provider of cloud and carrier-neutral colocation data center services, has announced that its total amount of connectivity providers now totals more than 500. This achievement would be a direct result of the company’s focus on data center connectivity through its Communities of Interest with Cloud Hubs, Content Hubs and Finance Hubs.
Interxion’s Communities of Interest bring together like-minded companies in the same facility so that they can benefit from fast and low-cost interconnectivity and establish valuable business relationships. Within these communities, industry players use Interxion’s colocation services for their infrastructure to form a hub, all in close proximity to a wide range of carriers and ISPs.
“Our customers need network solutions to interconnect in a flexible manner and to store and transfer content efficiently,” said Mike Hollands, Director of Connectivity and Mobile Community, Interxion. “The diverse range of services offered by these 500+ connectivity providers make our data centers ideal locations for customers to address their cloud, big data and mobility challenges.”
Interxion’s community of connectivity providers currently includes a range of providers:
- International providers offering IP and Ethernet services for corporate networks
- National and Metro providers enabling access to a high number of residential and business premises
- Local loop providers delivering high capacity links between key data centres in the metro
- Internet exchanges offering low cost exchange of Internet traffic
- Content Distribution Networks enhancing user experiences of online content and websites
- Mobile Network Operators simplifying access to mobile service platforms and end users
As a European provider of carrier and cloud neutral colocation data center services, Interxion (NYSE: INXN) serves a wide range of customers through 34 data centers in 11 European countries. Interxion’s uniformly designed, energy-efficient data centers would offer customers extensive security and uptime for their mission-critical applications.