Verizon Business is enhancing its datacentres around the globe. Within the next year, Verizon Business will expand its flagship cloud computing services suite– Computing as a Service (CaaS) – into centres in San Jose, Calif.; London; and Canberra, Australia.
As part of this infrastructure enhancement project, more than 5,500 additional server cabinets for enterprise clients also will be added to Verizon Business premium Internet datacentres in Paris, Dublin, London, Frankfurt, Belgium, Canberra, Hong Kong and throughout the U.S. The expansion further enables the delivery of private clouds via more than 200 global datacentres connected to Verizon’s MPLS network, Private IP.
These moves bring Verizon another step closer to achieving its “everything-as-a-service” (EaaS) vision of offering cloud-based solutions on an as-needed basis to enterprises around the globe.
This investment is part of the $16.8 billion to $17.2 billion that Verizon Communications plans to spend this year building, operating and integrating its advanced, reliable and high-performance networking and computing platforms.
"Verizon is committed to providing the essential foundation for the delivery of cloud services that will enable businesses to more efficiently achieve their goals through IT transformation," said Kerry Bailey, Senior VP- Enterprise Strategy, Verizon Business. "Our continued datacentre expansion marks yet another milestone in achieving our EaaS vision, which will enable enterprises to do business better by getting what they need, when they need it and where they need it while only paying for those resources consumed."
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Updated Date: Feb 02, 2017 22:46:22 IST