CyrusOne, a data center solution provider has announced that customers can now have direct access to Google Cloud Platform.
Google cloud platform enables CyrusOne customers to capitalize on Google Cloud Platform’s compute, storage, networking, and big data capabilities.
IT organizations and developers now have durable and highly available object storage and on-demand compute power that empowers their big data needs with Google Cloud Platform.
Enterprises might have faced bottlenecks while purchasing cloud services from other vendors.
Company said the scalable networking connections between Google and CyrusOne allows the enterprises to remove bottlenecks.
Customers can leverage CyrusOne’s National Internet Exchange (National IX) layer 3 services to access Google Cloud Platform quickly and efficiently.
The CyrusOne data center platform enables high-performance, low cost data transfer and accessibility, and now ties CyrusOne’s state of the art data centers to the Google Cloud Platform.
“Our direct connection to Google Cloud Platform will enable CyrusOne customers to not only have Google’s robust cloud storage solution and compute power, but also to access their data at top speeds via our National IX [Internet Exchange],” said Josh Snowhorn, vice president and general manager, Interconnection, CyrusOne.
In February, CyrusOne announced that Midwest and East Coast customers can access its high-performance National Internet Exchange (National IX) via connections at 350 East Cermak Road in downtown Chicago and in the Northern Virginia market.
Last year in May, CyrusOne unveiled CyrusOne Solutions product line, to address growing demand for large-scale and build-to-suit deployments.