PacketFabric Releases Industry’s First 100Gbps International Multi-Cloud Router
PacketFabric Cloud Router Delivers 100G Connectivity Across North America and EMEA
PacketFabric, the leading provider of on-demand connectivity for the enterprise cloud core, announced that it has released support for inter-region and multi-cloud routing across North America and EMEA.
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PacketFabric customers can now provision Cloud Router instances on demand via the PacketFabric portal and API and connect with cloud provider on-ramps across North America, UK, and Europe, at speeds up to 100Gbps.
“Enterprises that are scaling their hybrid and multi-cloud infrastructure globally need connectivity that matches that scale,” said Anna Claiborne, PacketFabric Chief Technology Officer and Chief Product Officer. “What they don’t need are high latency, low bandwidth, non-resilient routing choke points that put their whole architecture at risk. PacketFabric Cloud Router is the only global multi-cloud routing that can connect colocation, cloud providers and headquarters at 100G in a couple clicks. Welcome to the future.”
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Expansive, Low Latency, Flexible Connectivity
Cloud Router allows enterprises to connect between geographical regions within a single provider, such as AWS US-East in Northern Virginia and AWS EU-West in Paris. Cloud Router also supports connections between regions in different cloud service providers, including AWS, Azure, GCP, IBM, and Oracle. In addition, Cloud Router can connect virtual circuits (VCs) to hundreds of PacketFabric PoPs in global colocation data centers. Cloud Router is deployed as a set of distributed virtual routing resources across PacketFabric’s 50T+ global backbone network, to optimize for data plane throughput, low latency and path resiliency.
Cloud Router is available now across North America, UK, and Europe. Cloud Router is offered on a monthly subscription basis.
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