Digital Realty notches AWS Direct Connect Service Delivery designation

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Digital Realty chalks up AWS Service Delivery designation for AWS Direct Connect services. (Pixabay)

Data center and colocation vendor Digital Realty announced it has achieved AWS Service Delivery Designation for AWS Direct Connect.

With that designation in hand, Digital Realty is now authorized to provision the new AWS Direct Connect Hosted Connections capacities that are greater than 500 Mbps.

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Achieving the AWS Direct Connect Service Delivery designation shows that Digital Realty, as a member of the AWS Partner Network (APN), has the technical proficiency and proven customer success in regards to delivering AWS Direct Connect services.

In order to notch the designation, APN Partners need to have a high level AWS expertise while being able to deliver their solutions seamlessly on AWS.

"We are honored to be an AWS Direct Connect Service Delivery Partner, which reflects our track record and expertise in delivering AWS services to our global customer base," said Digital Realty Chief Technology Officer Chris Sharp, in a statement. "Our team is committed to continue empowering our customers with access to scalable, flexible and cost-effective solutions, such as AWS and via our own Digital Realty Service Exchange, to address their business needs."

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