The enterprise IT landscape is undergoing great transformation with big data and mobility. There is an increasing requirement for quick and easy accessibility of applications and information anywhere and anytime and the only answer could be cloud.
Level 3 Communications (News - Alert), a communications solutions provider, is all set to offer the flexibility and performance capabilities for enterprises to interconnect with their cloud ecosystem, and access their applications. The company recently launched Cloud Connect Solutions, which offer the underlying network connectivity and services for global enterprises to more effectively integrate the cloud into their evolving IT architecture.
"From performance to cost efficiency, enterprises have high expectations for cloud-based services and the network is integral to meeting those expectations," Paul Savill, senior vice president of Global Core Product Management, Level 3 said in a statement.
"Level 3 Cloud Connect Solutions deliver global network reach with direct connections to the evolving landscape of leading cloud service providers, placing Level 3 in a strong position to help enterprise IT organizations successfully realize their cloud strategies," Savill added.
Without compromising productivity or revenue, Level 3 Cloud Connect Solutions create a secure, reliable path for customers, said the company. The solution offers private network access to cloud and data center services to deliver critical enterprise applications and information anywhere and anytime.
Some of the noted benefits of the solution are superior application performance, delivers global network security and ultimate flexibility.
Level 3 Cloud Connect Solutions offer multiple ways to connect enterprises with cloud and data center services including MPLS/IPVPN, Virtual Private Line Service, Ethernet Virtual Private Line, Ethernet Private Line and Wavelength services.
In other news, Ripley SA, a department store and retail financial services company in Chile and Peru, has selected Level 3 for data center and managed network services to support its business demand within the region.
Edited by Rory J. Thompson