A few new IXs, some partnership expansions, and a new market:
DE-CIX has moved into a yet another international market. They have officially launched new IXs in the Norwegian cities of Oslo and Kristiansand. The expansion leverages the data center footprint of Bulk Infrastructure, a partnership that makes plenty of sense for both companies. Bulk’s tenants will have direct access to DE-CIX’s ecosystem of 60 cloud providers, 2000 networks, and 250 data center locations.
The cloud computing and infrastructure provider Vultr has made several interesting moves. They are expanding into Israel with a new data center location in Tel Aviv. In addition they have officially opened up a location in Manchester in the UK. Meanwhile they have expanded their relationship with the cloud storage specialists at Backblaze to expand their portfolio with joint solutions.
VETRO says its cloud-native fiber management systems has won over two significant converts. California’s Middle Mile Broadband Initiative has selected their software as the system of record as they look to build out 10,000 route miles of fiber across the state. Meanwhile, they have announced an integration with fellow cloud-hosted software provider COS Systems, whose technology helps manage broadband networks.
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