A few items from around the world worth noting from the start of this summer week:
Orange Business has won a high profile deal with Sony Group for a global SD-WAN. The new SD-WAN infrastructure will consolidate infrastructure for Sony's film and electronics operating companies. At full buildout, the solution will hook up 500 locations in 50 countries across five continents. Orange has also completed its recently announced acquisition of SecureLink in a deal that adds more muscle to the group's cybersecurity business.
Internap has won the favor of an unnamed global web hosting company. INAP will be providing colo and IP services in both Atlanta and Seattle, consoldating the hosting provider's infrastructure under one roof. INAP's particular blend of colo and managed IP services is still somewhat unique in the sector.
And Epsilon has added another cloud destination to its ecosystem. Today they announced the availability of Oracle FastConnect on the company's Infiny interconnection platform. That's Oracle's onramp to the Oracle Cloud of course, a key internet destination for the enterprise market.
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