In addition to the expansion of data center footprint, it has deployed Cloud X Fusion across India, delivering predictable performance, carrier-level security for enterprise MPLS customers.
3,210 Indian enterprises, 14,505 global enterprises and 231 of Fortune 500 companies in Mumbai have connected through the RCOM/GCX network.
Enterprise users on this new network will have the ability to multiply their corporate compute power by 9 to 15X, and their storage capabilities by over 100X plus access to 2 million + enterprise applications.
“This will drive huge growth in the Cloud and Data Center space across India,” said Bill Barney, CEO of Reliance Communications (Enterprise) and Global Cloud Xchange.
RCOM/GCX enterprise customers have access to public cloud platforms such as AWS, Microsoft Azure, Softlayer, Google, Rackspace, VMWare and more than 20 others , as well as software services like Microsoft Office 365 and Google Apps for Work.