OVH is opening three new data centres in Poland, Australia and Singapore, to cater to the growing demand for outsourced digital infrastructures throughout the world.
The growing demand is due to the fact that having digital resources as close as possible to the key markets of business activity is a key factor in the success of a business, according to a press statement by OVH on 13 October 2016.
OVH relies on its global network with a capacity of 7.3 Tbps to guarantee optimal latency and security. It offers 32 points of presence worldwide, making it possible to deliver guaranteed bandwidth at low rates.
All the services proposed in the new data centres include the same anti-DDoS protection that is standard with all OVH offers and free of charge. The teams have put in place anti-DDoS infrastructures in each of the data centres they operate.
Hybrid Cloud (vRack) will permit the interconnection of services around the world, in an isolated manner as well as the possibility to build complex private networks between multiple data centres worldwide.
New services will be introduced to the product portfolio on a monthly basis such as: Dedicated Server range, Public Cloud, Private Cloud and Cloud Web. OVH plans to make all of its solutions available to its customers worldwide via a Control Panel and application programming interface (API), in order to optimise user experience.
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