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AtlasEdge announces strategic partnership with PacketFabric

AtlasEdge, a leading European Edge data centre provider, and PacketFabric, a leading provider of on-demand connectivity for the enterprise cloud core, have today announced a strategic partnership to expand cloud access across AtlasEdge’s network.

The collaboration will see AtlasEdge’s data centres connect to PacketFabric’s TruNaas™ Converge Platform, providing AtlasEdge customers with access to PacketFabric’s agnostic, protected and global platform. This will enable fast and seamless connections to secure and reliable cloud services, helping customers benefit from truly flexible and scalable cloud connectivity.

PacketFabric has deployed its high availability 100GB private network in two of AtlasEdge’s prime locations, Berlin and Hamburg. PacketFabric’s network presence in both locations will upgrade from extension locations to full points of presence (PoP), allowing customers cloud connectivity on location​.​ The partnership will deepen as customer demand grows across the AtlasEdge portfolio, with PacketFabric planning to extend their network further into AtlasEdge’s Brussels and Madrid locations. Of the initial sites identified, both Berlin and Madrid will be new PoP locations for PacketFabric’s portfolio.

“We are delighted to be collaborating with PacketFabric. This move will broaden our customer offering as demand for agile enterprise connectivity continues to grow and is another endorsement of our partnership-led approach.” Daniel Thomas, SVP Sales, AtlasEdge

“We are thrilled to be making PacketFabric’s software-defined and fully programmable, private network available to AtlasEdge’s customers and ecosystem. The partnership will deliver scale, performance, programmability, agility, and security without compromise to AtlasEdge’s customers across Europe.” Paul Buttle, SVP Sales EMEA & CMO, PacketFabric

PacketFabric is the latest partnership AtlasEdge has undertaken as part of its mission to deliver seamless, localised, and ultra-low latency digital infrastructure throughout Europe. It will contribute to AtlasEdge’s goal to provide neutrality and enrich its existing ecosystem of data centres.

CT Bureau

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