NetActuate, one of the largest IPv4 and IPv6 peered networks providers in the world, has expanded into a new data center in Paris, France. This new deployment is meant to improve NetActuate’s network reach and performance across Middle East, Africa, and European markets, and increase the availability of bare metal and virtual compute resources.
Located close to main business districts, NetActuate’s new Paris data center deployment has direct access to France-base Internet Exchanges (IXs), France IX and Equinix IX. NetActuate’s new peering partnerships would offer improved global network performance and reliability throughout diverse European markets.
“With nearby subsea cable landings in Marseilles, this new Paris deployment will improve NetActuate’s network performance and reach across European and other nearby markets,” said Mark Mahle, CEO and Principal Technology Architect of NetActuate. “Expanding into a second data center in Paris gives our customers lower latency and better network reliability, as well as greater infrastructure service options in this critical location.”
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IPv4 and IPv6 Networks
NetActuate’s Paris data center would feature “state-of-the-art” security and operating standards, and is certified compliant for ISO 14001:2004, ISO 22301, OHSAS 18001, SOC 1 Type II, SOC 2 Type II, HDA/HADS, PCI-DSS, ISO 27001, and ISO 50001. NetActuate’s 24×7 NOC and local engineers are available to provide remote hands and expert support.
Providers can deploy and expand their global presence on NetActuate’s Anycast Delivery Platform, built on one of the largest peered IPv4 and IPv6 networks in the world. Purpose built to deliver “low latency and high reliability” across diverse global markets, NetActuate’s anycast platform is available from their Paris location, as well as over 30 U.S. and global locations. As part of NetActuate’s global footprint, customers can deploy their hybrid environments into this and over 30 additional US and global locations, without having to manage multiple vendors for their infrastructure and low-latency network services.