Enzu Joins Telx Cloud Xchange
Enzu's digital business platform that powers millions of public IPs and websites gives Telx Cloud Xchange customers unified cloud options across the United States.
Telx® has announced that it has partnered with Enzu to join the Telx Cloud Xchange ecosystem in all 20 of Telx's data centers.
Adding the Telx Cloud Xchange to Enzu's growing cloud computing footprint in North America allows Telx customers access to Enzu's hybrid, private and public cloud offerings and access to the Enzu Managed Services Team.
The Enzu TruCloud platform provides public, private and hybrid cloud solutions with the flexibility for companies to bring their own hypervisor, IP addresses and VLANs. This allows a true end-to-end solution for companies entering the cloud and for those expanding their presence. Enzu's national footprint delivers flexible IAAS cloud solutions where companies need them. Currently, full service locations are available in Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles and Miami with New York available in Q3 2015. Enzu also has a significant presence in Asia supporting a large base of digital media and telecommunication customers; Hong Kong is expected to go live with the Enzu TruCloud platform later this year.
"The Telx Cloud Xchange complements our strong cloud services portfolio. We will be allowing Telx customers ease of access to cloud services that fit their growing needs," said Nick Rose, CTO, Enzu. "Participating in the Telx Cloud Xchange made sense because of the superior support we experience as a customer of Telx and also because of the value in the partnership to offer Enzu services to Telx's highly interconnected marketplace."
"Enzu's cloud platform and services significantly extends the Telx cloud ecosystem providing a broad set of highly available capabilities for our customers to leverage," noted John Freimuth, general manager of Cloud and IT Services, Telx. "Enzu manages one of the largest set of public networks in the country with millions of eCommerce and other digital business websites being supported across its data center footprint. This includes thousands of physical servers and tens of thousands of virtual machines. We are looking forward to supporting Enzu and being part of the rapidly growing success story."