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Global growth for Console with Singapore expansion

25 Aug 2016

Enterprise software company Console looks to continue its global growth with an expansion to 10 new locations across four more cities around the world.

The expansion includes data center locations in Singapore, as well as Detroit, Las Vegas, and Calgary.

Console say its continued growth will allow customers to access its next-generation interconnection technology from 170 worldwide Points of Presence (PoPs).

Al Burgio, CEO and founder of Console, says the company is excited to announce its continued global expansion, driven in part by the growing demand of customers looking for next-generation direct connect technology.

"By continuing to expand the Console platform globally, we're able to provide enterprises, cloud, SaaS, network and data center providers with the next-generation of interconnection to bypass the risk of the public Internet with a single click,” he says.

“Today's announcement is the latest evidence of our commitment to investing in the worldwide rollout of Console to provide customers, such as critical SaaS security provider NSFOCUS, with a truly global solution."

A global network and application security provider has also chosen Console as a key Global Connectivity Partner, in the hopes that it will bolster its recently launched cloud platform.

NSFOCUS believes that as cloud security becomes a bigger concern for the enterprise, its team offers a wide range of infrastructure and application security solutions. This in turn protects customers and their end users regardless of their deployment type.

To ensure the highest quality user experience, NSFOCUS adds that it is crucial to deliver services efficiently and securely to their customers.

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