Host Virtual, a cloud server and Anycast solutions provider with data centers spanning North and South America, Europe, Asia, and Oceania, has opened its second point of presence (PoP) at the Telehouse North colocation data center in London’s Docklands.
By expanding further into Telehouse North, Host Virtual‘s customers would benefit from additional “high performance, low-latency” connectivity and enhanced access to the EU’s leading business hubs including Amsterdam, Paris, Frankfurt and Bucharest.
The relationship with Telehouse would allow seamless connection to Amazon Web Services (AWS Cloud), Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform and thousands of other cloud service providers.
“Establishing a second PoP in Telehouse’s Docklands campus provides our customers with direct access to important cloud service providers in the UK and EU,” said Mark Price, Host Virtual’s President. “It also connects our London datacenter to one of the world’s largest Internet exchanges and connectivity hubs, and is therefore a win-win for our customers.”
Telehouse’s London Docklands colocation campus is the home of the London Internet Exchange (LINX). Its carrier-neutral colocation facility continues to be one of the most connected data centers in the world. It now serves more than 3,000 businesses, including carriers, mobile and content providers, enterprises and financial services companies worldwide.
“We very much welcome this expansion of Host Virtual into Telehouse North,” said Michelle Reid, Sales Director, Telehouse Europe. “Telehouse customers can connect via dark fiber to Host Virtual and over 530 partners flowing into the Docklands campus, from any of our London data centers.”