InSpeed Networks Adds 7 New Production Data Centers Across the Globe

InSpeed Networks Adds 7 New Production Data Centers Across the Globe Image Credit: InSpeed Networks

InSpeed Networks announced they have expanded their data center coverage to include global sites in Europe (London, Frankfurt andParis) and Asia Pacific (Tokyo, Seoul, Singapore,and Mumbai).

Headquartered in Palo Alto, InSpeed Networks is a technology provider of SD-WAN solutions for improving network performance, visibility and security.

They will be adding data centers in Australia, the Philippines and Malaysia in 2019. The expansion enhances InSpeed’s ability to better serve customers beyond their existing North American data centers in California, Texas, Virginia, Ohio, Florida, New Jersey and Quebec, by maximizing performance and reducing the risk of downtime.

InSpeed selected hardened facilities with the highest levels of physical and logical security controls, that are geopolitically stable, have nearby Internet backbone connections and that have on-site IT resources andtalent. In the remote chance of a data center becoming unavailable, redirecting customers’ network traffic to an alternate site is an option.

Michael Mansouri, Chairman and CEO, InSpeed Networks
Each of these global data centers brings the InSpeed cloud closer to customers, improving performance by minimizing the latency created when data travels long distances. 

Ed Basart, Chief Strategy Officer and Founder of InSpeed
The GDPR imposes strict requirements for the security and privacy of the personal data of EU citizens andfavors the location of that data within the EU, so we made sure that the security at every site has beencertified by independent assessors.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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