PacketFabric, an enterprise full cloud on-demand connectivity provider, has implemented support for interregional and multi-cloud routing in America North and in the EMEA region.
PacketFabric customers can now deliver cloud router instances on demand through the PacketFabric portal and API and interact with cloud providers on-ramp in North America, UK and Europe , at speeds up to 100 Gbps.
“Organizations that deploy their hybrid and multi-cloud infrastructure on a global scale need connectivity to match that scale,” says Anna Claiborne , CTO and Product Manager at PacketFabric. “What they don’t need is high latency, low bandwidth, non-resilient ‘critical’ routing points that put their entire architecture at risk. PacketFabric Cloud Router is the only global multi-cloud routing that can connect cloud colocation, cloud providers and head office to 100G with just a few clicks. Welcome to the future. ”
Global, low latency, flexible connectivity cloud router enables businesses to be connected across geographic regions within a single vendor, such as AWS US East in Northern Virginia and AWS Europe in Paris. The cloud router also supports connections between regions of different cloud service providers, including AWS, Azure, GCP, IBM, and Oracle. Additionally, the cloud router can connect virtual circuits (VCs) to hundreds of PacketFabric Points of Presence (PoPs) in global colocation data centers. The cloud router is deployed as a set of virtual routing resources distributed over PacketFabric’s 50 Tbps global backbone to optimize data throughput, low latency, and route resiliency.
PacketFabric is the Connectivity Cloud, designed from the ground up for uncompromising elasticity, scalability, performance, programmability and security, enabling enterprises to build an agile cloud core that delivers optimal digital business outcomes.