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Interoute buys Easynet for £402 million

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Network and cloud service operator Interoute has entered an agreement to buy European managed services provider Easynet in a deal valued at £402 million.

Webinar | How to integrate the cloud into your existing IT estate

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All businesses are being encouraged to move to the cloud or ‘go digital’, but the reality is that most IT departments have a slew of applications and an established estate. How can the cloud and this existing estate work together? This webinar brought to you by Business Cloud News and Interoute will take you though some […]

Interoute opens Trans-Pacific network route between Hong Kong and Los Angeles

Interoute is expanding its fibre network, which will boost its cloud biz

Interoute has added two new independent networking routes between Los Angeles (LA) and Hong Kong to support what it claims is Europe’s biggest cloud service platform.

Interoute bolsters London cloud presence

Finnie: 'Network is key in the cloud'

Fibre and datacentre operator Interoute has bolstered its virtual datacentre platform (VDC) presence in London, launching one zone in Canary Wharf and a second site in Slough.

Telstra extends its cloud to the US

Telstra announced that it has set up a new cloud computing node on the US east coast

Telstra this week announced that it has extended its cloud services platform to the east coast US, an expansion of the platform it deploys in Europe and the Asia Pacific region. The move comes the same day one of its European-based competitors, Interoute, announced the launch of a new cloud node in New York.

Interoute opens virtual datacentre in Hong Kong

Interoute has expanded to Asia Pacific

Cloud services provider and international backbone operator Interoute this week opened a Virtual Data Centre (VDC) zone in Hong Kong, supporting enterprises with a presence in Asia.

Interoute bursts into Spain, unveils Madrid cloud datacentre

The Madrid datacentre is Interoute's tenth cloud datacentre in Europe

In a bid to grow what it claims to be “Europe’s largest cloud platform” Interoute announced the completion of its first Spanish datacentre in Madrid this week.

Developments and new applications of cloud computing


This webinar tracks the evolution of cloud from its inception to the present, and ultimately predicting where it heads next. We are quickly approaching a world where companies demand a tightly coupled network and computing experience as well as computing distributed offering lower latencies, more sophisticated network control and greater direct control BUT with the same brilliant ease and simplicity we have all come to expect from the cloud.

Luxury clothing designer sees cloud as perfect fit

Scabal is migrating all of its IT systems to the cloud and transforming the IT department in the process

Scabal, a Brussels-based luxury clothing designer whose threads have been donned by the likes of Daniel Craig and David Beckham recently embarked on an ambitious cloud migration project, moving all of the company’s IT infrastructure including voice communications over to Interoute’s cloud platform. Jose Largo, the company’s IT director leading the migration says that the project will help make Scabal more flexible as it grows – and completely change the nature of its IT department in the process.

Marconi University saves 23 per cent moving from colo to cloud

The shift to cloud means Marconi University can increase platform uptime and save 23 per cent at the same time

Marconi Univeristy, Italy’s first Open University, has moved its online campus e-Learning platform from a colocation-based solution to a virtual private cloud, saving the University 23 per cent on its total infrastructure bill.