The cloud is an integral component to the digital era, and this current phase of transformation. Supporting our SaaS (News - Alert)-tastic working world the cloud is crucial, so service providers and networks operators are seeking to cement strategy, network infrastructure and services to deliver on high dgital demand.
Windstream (News - Alert) Enterprise announced the expansion of the Cloud Connect network, unveiling a number of expanded network on ramps to meet customer demands of predictable, dedicated connectivity to third-party cloud service providers.
The targeted region: the southern United States, citing U.S. Census Bureau research noting Dallas and Fort Worth as two of the top five fastest growing populations in the nation. The expanded route connects Silicon Valley with access to areas like Phoenix, Las Vegas, and of course, an augmented reach in Texas.
Windstream Enterprise (News - Alert) is focused, that’s for sure. Since the firm’s new branding unveil in February it continues to build inertia, touting a portfolio that includes Wi-FI and integrated security, to SD-WAN and UCaaS. The cloud era is here, and Windstream aims to be a key enabler.
“Our ongoing investment to expand Cloud Connect demonstrates our commitment to meet growing customer demand,” said Joseph Harding, executive vice president and chief marketing officer at Windstream Enterprise and Wholesale. “The regional Southwest is growing rapidly and has become a hub for the major CSPs like AWS, Microsoft (News - Alert) Azure, IBM Cloud and Google Cloud Platform.”
As network operators and service providers continue to build out infrastructure and innovate, creativity will become the limit for what lies ahead.
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Edited by Maurice Nagle