Green Mountain announces first Megaport enabled data centre hub in Norway
Norwegian colocation services provider Green Mountain has announced the availability of Network as a Service provider Megaport.
Megaport’s deployment offers Green Mountain’s customers access to over 350 service providers on the Megaport platform including leading cloud service providers such as Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, Oracle Cloud, and others.
Green Mountain’s customers will be able to speed up and simplify how they build and deploy connections to the services their business runs on.
Megaport’s deployment is part of Green Mountain’s multi-phased approach to expand its carrier-neutral cloud ecosystem and simplify customers’ network strategies by providing connectivity for cloud and hybrid IT environments.
“The Nordic region is an area of growth when it comes to hybrid and multi-cloud deployments,” says Peter Hase, Chief Commercial Officer of Megaport.
“Enabling Green Mountain’s Stavanger site supports this growth by providing fast, secure, and scalable cloud access.
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“Our powerful network capabilities, including Megaport Cloud Router, allow Green Mountain’s customers to significantly reduce the complexity of their cloud-based architectures and enable cloud-to-cloud connections that scale.
“We are delighted to offer our services in such an advanced data centre and look forward to supporting Green Mountain’s customers and growing our relationship further.”
Megaport’s elastic interconnection services support cloud access, allowing Green Mountain’s customers to connect to over 170 cloud on-ramp locations worldwide and scale their bandwidth requirements in line with business needs.
“Hybrid cloud models are a focus area of our enterprise clients,” said Svein Atle Hagaseth, Chief Sales Officer of Green Mountain.
“They want the opportunity and flexibility to scale rapidly and get closer to different cloud providers. This is our first engagement with Megaport, and we look forward to providing our clients with an opportunity to build their hybrid, multi-cloud, cloud-to-cloud, and potential disaster recovery solutions not only in one of the most energy-efficient and sustainable data centres in Europe, but anywhere.
“Megaport allows both our existing and new clients to securely connect to a number of different data centre locations and cloud providers.”
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