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TELEHOUSE launches advanced cloud interconnection solution in U.S.

TELEHOUSE, a global leader for data centers, international internet exchanges and managed IT services, has announced the launch of Telehouse Cloud Link in the United States.

Currently available in the EMEA region, Telehouse Cloud Link is a multi-cloud connectivity exchange that allows enterprises to manage access to multiple cloud services through a single, secure and dedicated private connection.

Telehouse Cloud Link helps customers simplify their hybrid cloud infrastructure and accelerate data transfer between their network and cloud services by establishing direct, private connections to multiple Cloud Service Providers (CSPs), including Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform, as well as network on-demand including TELEHOUSE’s own NYIIX and LAIIX.

According to the Cisco Global Cloud Index, cloud data center traffic associated with cloud consumer and business applications is growing at 30% CAGR, and global cloud IP traffic is expected to account for more than 92 percent of total data center traffic by 2020. As an increasing number of enterprises utilize cloud services to perform business-critical operations, data centers must enable fast and cost-effective access to key CSPs.

“Cloud computing has become a necessary requirement for many of today’s enterprises,” explained Aki Yamaguchi, COO, Telehouse America. “After its success in Europe, we’re very excited about the launch of Telehouse Cloud Link in the U.S., as it enables fast, easy and secure cloud connectivity for all of our customers.”

TELEHOUSE owns and operates 48 data centers worldwide. The company has two data centers in New York, including 85 Tenth Avenue in the Chelsea district of Manhattan and 7 Teleport Drive in Staten Island, New York, as well as one data center in California located in downtown Los Angeles at 626 Wilshire Blvd.


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