Fiberlight Releases New Cloud Connectivity Service
FiberLight Cloud Connect enables customers to access major public cloud service providers with dedicated connectivity.
FiberLight, LLC has announced the release of its new service, FiberLight Cloud Connect. This new offering provides customers with dedicated connectivity to top cloud providers, including Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, IBM, Oracle, Google Cloud, and Rackspace.
Initially launched in the Washington, D.C. area, FiberLight’s Cloud Connect service will now extend across Atlanta, Dallas, Tampa, and Washington, D.C./Northern Virginia by adding supplementary capabilities and partnering with multiple cloud exchange providers based on market demand. With this new product, customers have the ability to decrease costs compared to on-premises and public internet cloud connectivity solutions, while simultaneously increasing application performance. FiberLight Cloud Connect provides a reliable and dedicated path over FiberLight’s optical infrastructure to effectively connect to and access critical cloud data and applications with bandwidth capabilities from 100 Mbps to 10 Gbps.
“As an increasing number of enterprises move toward hybrid cloud architectures, finding an effective way to access and scale connectivity to various cloud platforms has become important to maintain business productivity while reducing costs,” explains Marc Dyman, executive vice president and chief revenue officer, FiberLight. “Using FiberLight’s new Cloud Connect service, our customers will be able to access key cloud providers with dedicated fiber connectivity from commercial buildings in our core markets. FiberLight’s state-of-the-art fiber network will enable greater reliability and performance of critical applications in the cloud while increasing the volume of customers to our data center partners.”