When it comes to content, it’s all about speed, reliability, and customer experience. Today’s customers have more choice than ever before, from 4K to VR, on any device, any time, anywhere. EdgeConneX helps you optimize that customer experience by bringing your content closer to your users, with lower latency, higher speeds, optimized routing, and innovative economics.
Benefits & Differentiators
Whether you need to be close to enterprises, consumers, networks, cloud services, or IoT devices, we have solutions that lower latency and give you the edge you need.
High-value digital content is monetized by optimizing delivery and distribution, enabling unsurpassed audience experiences to ensure higher retention and new customer adoption.
With high-density power available at up to 30kW per rack, EdgeConneX enables the highest levels of efficiency and capacity for today’s servers and applications, and tomorrow’s.
With EdgeConneX solutions, Cloud Services and applications are moved closer to the enterprise itself, meaning business critical issues including performance, security, and cost are all improved.
Our data centers offer diverse network access to many of the world’s largest MSOs, ISPs, fiber, and mobile providers, as well as on-ramps for the major Cloud Service Providers.
Our unique self-service management application, offering visibility into every aspect of data center operations across all EdgeConneX facilities, from a single pane of glass.
The EdgeConneX Edge Data Center model enables new opportunities for in-market interconnection that offer a substantial performance improvement over the traditional centralized interconnection model.
Connectivity everywhere is now a reality. Next, we'll expect outstanding performance from digital services. This is why the edge, in perfect combination with cloud, is vital for the digital transformation of connectivity across the globe.
Kim Povlsen, VP General Manager of Schneider Electric
Gartner believes the topology of networked data centers will push over the next five years from a centralized, mega data center approach, to one augmented by multiple, smaller, distributed sources and sinks of content and information, whether located in distributed, enterprise-owned data centers, hosting providers, colocation or the cloud.