Level 3 Unveils Enterprise Data Center, Cloud Connection Tool; Paul Savill Comments

Level 3 communicationsLevel 3 has introduced a new tool that works to help enterprises directly connect to data centers and cloud computing applications via a direct network link.

Cloud Connect Solutions works to offer customers private network access to information technology services, Level 3 said Thursday.

“From performance to cost efficiency, enterprises have high expectations for cloud-based services and the network is integral to meeting those expectations,” said Paul Savill, senior vice president of global core product management at Level 3.

Cloud Connect works to use a low-latency, fiber-based path in order to help customers access sites, email and customer support programs while preventing distributed denial of service attacks and other cyber threats.

The tool is also designed to enable connections with a cloud-based ecosystem through virtual private line, Ethernet private line, Ethernet virtual private line, wavelength and MPLS/IPVPN services.

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