CenturyLink to Offer IBM Cloud Object Storage as Part of Cloud Connectivity and Services Portfolio

CenturyLink to Offer IBM Cloud Object Storage as Part of Cloud Connectivity and Services Portfolio Image Credit: IBM

CenturyLink announced the expansion of its cloud connectivity and services portfolio to include IBM Cloud Object Storage platform.

With the addition of this storage option, CenturyLink can offer media and entertainment companies a more scalable, highly-available, and secure way to improve the management and delivery of their content globally.

IBM Cloud Object Storage offers CenturyLink customers a centralized, resilient, scalable solution so they can be confident in their ability to manage and move content securely and at high-speed. IBM Cloud Object Storage can handle content libraries of virtually any size for seamless management and delivery, which is particularly important to media and entertainment companies that need to rapidly move and manage large, complex and sensitive data.

Today's news builds on CenturyLink's decision last year to deliver secure, dedicated, and private network connectivity to the IBM Cloud through CenturyLink Cloud Connect solutions.

Bill Wohnoutka, VP of Global Internet and Content Delivery Solutions, CenturyLink
IBM Cloud Object Storage combined with CenturyLink's rapidly expanding global CDN footprint offers our customers a scalable, highly-available and resilient option to improve user experience for content delivery globally.

Phil Buckellew, GM, IBM Cloud Object Storage and Databases
With the integration of IBM Cloud Object Storage, CenturyLink can now offer its customers even more options in how they move and manage their data across environments. This kind of hybrid cloud approach is critical as they look to keep pace with booming viewership and shifting preferences.

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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