Dell EMC Networking announced it has been selected by Eurofiber to provide a new method for data center interconnectivity to drive IT transformation of its customers.
Eurofiber Group network now comprises almost 30,000 kilometers of fiber-optic cable covering the Netherlands and Belgium and stretches into Germany.
Built upon Dell EMC Networking Z9100-ON open switches running Cumulus Linux, the Eurofiber DCspine delivers a fully-automated, scalable, high capacity data center interconnection platform based on the latest software defined network developments.
DCspine, which offers capacity up to 100G per connection, helps customers connect to cloud services on demand and address their faster data center interconnection requirements, the company said.
“We developed DCspine to capitalize on the need for flexible datacenter connectivity required for cloud services,” said Bart Oskam, CTO of the Eurofiber Group. “Dell EMC enables DCspine to fully benefit from the advantages of software-defined networking building a future proof connectivity platform”
“Eurofiber is breaking new ground with its DCspine initiative, creating a digital meet-point for enterprise customers and cloud resources through a new and innovative on-demand service offering,” said Tom Burns, senior vice president, Dell EMC Networking, Enterprise Infrastructure & Service Provider Solutions.