NetActuate Upgrades Its Frankfurt Data Center, Adds New Hybrid Cloud Services and 100G Connectivity Options

In this Frankfurt data center, NetActuate has launched a suite of solutions that include colocation, IaaS, cloud, and managed services. Clients can leverage NetActuate’s cross-border expertise in shipping and customs for redundant, secured colocation of equipment.

 

NetActuate, a hybrid colocation, cloud hosting and network infrastructure provider from Raleigh, North Carolina, has announced its completion of upgrades in their Frankfurt, Germany datacenter location, offering 100G connectivity and launching hybrid cloud services. 

“By upgrading and expanding our Frankfurt data center to offer faster 100G connectivity and greater options for colocation, our clients will have everything they need for fast, secure and reliable connections to their customers and business partners in Europe,” said Mark Mahle, CEO of NetActuate.

New hybrid cloud services and 100G-connectivity are now available in NetActuate’s Frankfurt data center. This facility was strategically built in the best-connected city in Germany – Europe’s largest economy. Businesses with a global focus would be able to benefit from “fast, reliable” access to:

  • Advanced global BGP anycast
  • More than 600 carriers/ISPs
  • The DE-CIX Internet Exchange
  • Direct access to Microsoft Azure, Microsoft German Cloud, AWS Cloud, and SoftLayer
  • More than 14,000 Cross Connects.

In this Frankfurt data center, NetActuate has launched a suite of solutions that include colocation, IaaS, cloud, and managed services. Clients can leverage NetActuate’s cross-border expertise in shipping and customs for redundant, secured colocation of equipment. NetActuate’s 24×7 NOC and local technicians are available to provide “remote hands and expert” support capabilities.

For those with 100% uptime and high availability needs, NetActuate offers its clients in Frankfurt “high-performance” global BGP anycast and SDN network extension services via their global network of 29 data centers and over 2,500 peers.