CoreSite Announces Availability of Higher Bandwidth Hosted Connections for AWS Direct Connect
Expanding Hosted Connections to 1, 2, 5 or 10 Gbps of Capacity for AWS Direct Connect Through the CoreSite Open Cloud Exchange
These capacities are available through the CoreSite Open Cloud Exchange, enabling direct, private, virtual connectivity into AWS. The availability of higher bandwidth connections optimizes hybrid IT by offering customers the flexibility to select a connectivity option that meets their needs with the ability to scale bandwidth as needed.
“We’re excited to expand our offering of Hosted Connections through AWS
Direct Connect with bandwidth capabilities now up to 10 Gbps,” said
CoreSite is an Advanced Technology Partner in the AWS Partner Network (APN) and has been providing CoreSite customers with AWS Direct Connect services since 2011. AWS Direct Connect is a cloud service solution that makes it easy to establish a dedicated network connection from on-premises to AWS. CoreSite customers can privately access AWS Direct Connect through a cross connection or through high-performance virtual connections via the CoreSite Open Cloud Exchange.
About the CoreSite Open Cloud Exchange®
Established in 2013, the CoreSite Open Cloud Exchange is one of the first exchange platforms of its kind, built to virtually unite enterprises, networks and cloud providers, including major public clouds such as AWS, Microsoft Azure and Oracle Cloud. Unlike using the public Internet, the CoreSite Open Cloud Exchange establishes direct, secure, virtual connections — enabling more control, reliability, and security for your data. Additionally, CoreSite’s user-friendly online portal allows on-demand access for CoreSite customers to interface directly to virtual cloud environments. Through individualized portals, customers maintain control of data in real time, providing the scalability and elasticity essential for cloud applications and one-to-many architectures.
- CoreSite and Amazon Web Services
- The CoreSite Open Cloud Exchange Explained(video)
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