IaaS Provider Voxility Expands Network Bandwidth Offering to Include 100Gbps

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Voxility, an international provider of Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) solutions, has expanded its network bandwidth offerings. Its scalable bandwidth offering now provides 100Gbps bandwidth across its global network.

Maria Sirbu
“Gaming, video consumption, music apps and file sharing are among the profiles with highest increase in traffic demands,” said Maria Sirbu, Vice President of Corporate Communications at Voxility.

Voxility offers hardware and network equipment setups, as well as colocation services on a pay-as-you-go basis. Voxility (AS 3223) connects directly with more than 1650 other networks including NTT and Telia. According to CAIDA, its network is ranked in the top 100 Internet networks in the world.

With Voxility’s global IaaS platform, telecommunication companies, data centers, cloud services and hosting providers can build any type of secure cloud service. Customers benefit from rapid access to hardware, network, data center, and security services from a single platform, with the efficiency of a model driven by capital expenditure (CapEx).

Scalable Bandwidth Offering

“Throughout 2020, we have seen surging bandwidth demands as user behaviors adapt to lockdowns and quarantines. Gaming, video consumption, music apps and file sharing are among the profiles with highest increase in traffic demands,” said Maria Sirbu, Vice President of Corporate Communications at Voxility. “Our scalable bandwidth offering is about enabling more traffic intensive platforms to scale up, meet these demands with amazing pricing and benefit from flexible and secure infrastructure. Our dedicated and secure IaaS model was created to maximize adaptability without compromising on security or costs, and our newest bandwidth offering is an extension of that.”

With Voxility’s global network and IaaS platform, telecommunication companies, data centers, cloud services and hosting providers can build any type of secured cloud service. Users would benefit from “rapid” access to hardware, network, data center, and security services from a single platform.