Console Connect to Offer On-demand Network-as-a-Service through...

Console Connect to Offer On-demand Network-as-a-Service through DCConnect in China

Enterprise Networking Mag | Monday, October 25, 2021

Console Connect is now available from over 500 data centers in more than 50 countries worldwide, providing direct access to a large ecosystem of local and global cloud, SaaS, IX, and IoT providers.  

FREMONT, CA: NaaS is a secure, cost-effective subscription-based approach that allows companies of all sizes to use network infrastructure as needed. Console Connect, an enterprise software and interconnection solution provider has expanded its partnership with DCConnect, a Hong Kong-based innovator of on-demand connectivity for data centers and cloud service providers, to offer businesses with on-demand, high-performance connectivity to data centers across mainland China.

Console Connect and DCConnect have integrated their software-defined platforms to allow network-to-network interconnection via API, enabling Console Connect users to provision devoted on-demand network services to mainland China from their existing Access Port.

Jordick Wong, Senior Vice President of Innovation, Planning and Procurement, PCCW Global, said, “More of today’s businesses are looking for seamless and secure access into key markets across mainland China. Through our latest collaboration with DCConnect, Console Connect can help enterprises connect faster into key markets across the country using our unique self-service management portal.”

The Console Connect Software-Defined Interconnection platform now has 45 on-net data center locations due to the collaboration. Users can access chief data centers in some of mainland China’s largest financial, retail, and manufacturing hubs, like Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, and Shenzhen, via the platform.

“DCConnect is pleased to enhance our collaboration with Console Connect by seamlessly extending the reach of the Console Connect platform across mainland China. By linking the two software-defined platforms via API, we are making it easier than ever before for users to access our data center ecosystem in China,” said Henry Lam, Chief Executive Officer, DCConnect Global.

Console Connect is now available from over 500 data centers in more than 50 countries worldwide, providing direct access to a large ecosystem of local and global cloud, SaaS, IX, and IoT providers. Users can order and provision partner services like remote peering, colocation, SaaS, and business applications, as well as access a variety of PCCW Global-developed features and solutions through the platform’s MeetingPlace feature.

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