InterCloud expands its cloud connectivity backbone to Multi-100G using euNetworks pan-European fiber network

InterCloud, a provider of fully managed software-defined cloud interconnect services, announced a new investment to strengthen InterCloud’s premium and secure hybrid and multi-cloud application transport services in Europe. The network expansion strategy is focused on providing the fastest time-to-market and excellent connectivity services to its customers.

InterCloud and euNetworks, a Western European bandwidth infrastructure company, have signed a pan-European agreement for bandwidth infrastructure services. This agreement provides InterCloud with a multi-100 Gbps core backbone capability across Europe and activates connectivity to more than 420 data centres, accelerating and simplifying the implementation of last-mile access to InterCloud’s customer sites.

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