We work with best of breed providers to deliver the solutions that help Empower Your Edge.
At EdgeConneX, many of our customers are more than that. They are also service partners that help bring solutions closer to end users. Whether it’s network service providers, content delivery networks, or SD-WAN based cloud on-ramp providers, there are many partners who help both deliver and provide access to rich content, dynamic applications, and diverse data sets to and from end users.
In addition to the network ecosystems deployed at the Edge, EdgeConneX also has a robust mix of other content and cloud service provider partners that offer localized storage, security, application and cloud offerings, thus ensuring the best performance, the lowest cost and most proximate offerings in the marketplace.
To learn more about our Edge Technology Partners or to become one, click here.
Today, 81% of enterprises are adopting a multi-cloud approach, leveraging an average of five cloud services. But 70% of them are not maximizing that investment, citing challenges with expertise, choice, security, and cost.
To help overcome these challenges, EdgeConneX is bringing the cloud locally to enterprises in collaboration with our solution partners who provide managed services to help customers migrate and manage their various workloads, whether in the public cloud, private cloud, in colocation or on-prem.
Hybrid cloud solutions from EdgeConneX partners help streamline an enterprise’s migration to the cloud, augments their IT expertise, and increase the value across their journey to the cloud.
To learn more about our cloud solution partners or to become one, click here.
Expertise in managed IT services, and system integration.
We found EdgeConneX a very valuable partner for us and expect growth of our business in the future. In relation to growing performance demands, security and liability, cooperation in executing our Edge strategy is on a very high level.
Daniel Jasinski, Managing Director at RETN Poland Sp z o.o.
With technologies such as IoT and 5G proliferating rapidly, more than half of enterprise-created data will be generated outside of traditional data centres and outside of the cloud within the next three years, up from just 10% today. Having an edge strategy, and how it will integrate into your IT infrastructure, is a requirement.
Nigel Meacham, Unitas Global
Enterprises need to start thinking about an Edge strategy to compliment their Cloud strategies, which means connectivity will play a more important role than ever in the Enterprises of tomorrow.