Global connectivity provider NetActuate, a company with one of the world’s largest IPv4 and IPv6 peered networks, has upgraded their Frankfurt data center location and added connectivity to Swiss-IX (Swiss Internet Exchange), Netnod IX (Sweden’s Internet Exchange), and NIX.CZ (Czech’s Neutral Internet eXchange).
“As part of our ongoing commitment to delivering the lowest possible latency across European markets, we have strategically increased our connectivity to internet exchanges in Switzerland, Sweden, and the Czech Republic,” said Mark Mahle, CEO and Principal Technology Architect, NetActuate. “In response to growing demand for edge deployments in Frankfurt, the best connected city in Germany, we are also happy to announce new availability of colocation and connectivity services.”
NetActuate’s data center in Frankfurt provides access to more than 600 carriers/ISPs, 14,000 cross connects, as well as direct access to Microsoft Azure, Microsoft German Cloud, Amazon Web Services (AWS), and SoftLayer. This location is also home to the core infrastructure of DE-CIX (Deutscher Commercial Internet Exchange), one of the world’s largest Internet exchanges.
Boasting multi-factor security, as well as redundant power and cooling, NetActuate’s Frankfurt data center has ISO/IEC 27001 and ISO 22301 certification and is also ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 50001 and PCI DSS certified. NetActuate’s local technicians are available to provide remote hands and “expert” support. Customers can leverage NetActuate’s cross-border expertise in shipping and customs for managed colocation deployments.
As part of NetActuate’s global footprint, organizations can deploy their hybrid environments into this Frankfurt data center and over 30 additional US and global data center locations. Purpose built to deliver “low latency and high reliability” across diverse global markets, NetActuate’s anycast platform is also available from their Frankfurt location, as well as over 30 US and global locations.