CyrusOne has expanded its partnership with Megaport, deploying the full suite of Megaport services at its London One data centre.
By delivering access to a global ecosystem of more than 300 service providers, including top global Cloud Services Providers (CSPs), CyrusOne customers can now enjoy secure, on-demand connections to leading CSPs directly from its London facility.
Megaport’s elastic connectivity provides the flexibility to vary connectivity requirements based on actual demand.
CyrusOne customers can order new cloud services, scale and control in real time, enabling them to deploy a network strategy in days and pay only for what they need.
All connections are secure and protected, with automatic fail-over, offering customers complete freedom over how they architect their hybrid cloud solutions.
Already available across CyrusOne’s portfolio of data centre facilities across the United States, this is the first collaboration between the two companies in Europe, with plans to expand the offering to additional sites across the UK and Europe.
“As more and more enterprise customers opt for hybrid cloud architectures, they want the flexibility to scale rapidly and course correct quickly as their demands change,” said Tesh Durvasula, president, Europe, CyrusOne.
“Given the highly successful partnership we already have in the US, it was an easy decision to bring this service to Europe where we have a rapidly growing portfolio of enterprise customers.”
“We have a strong partnership with CyrusOne already and expanding this into Europe will further enhance our ability to provide flexible, reliable and scalable connectivity solutions together, adding value for our Enterprise customers,” said Peter Hase, chief commercial officer, Megaport.
“CyrusOne’s premier London location gives enterprises a great local option for building their hybrid, multi-cloud, cloud-to-cloud, and disaster recovery solutions. Our proven working relationship enables us to move quickly to meet the escalating demand in Europe.”
CyrusOne operates more than 45 data centre facilities across the United States, Europe and Asia to provide customers with the flexibility and scale to match their specific IT growth needs.
The company has sites in process across London, Frankfurt, Dublin, and Amsterdam for a total prospective European footprint of more than 500 megawatts.