Zayo adds Ajubeo to its cloud platform

Zayo continues to ramp up its cloud services connection ecosystem, announcing that it has added infrastructure-as-a-service provider Ajubeo to its Connect to the Cloud platform.

Providing what it says is a differentiated cloud connection platform, Ajubeo will be able to extend its set of wholesale cloud solutions, including private-label cloud to partners, and enterprise-class cloud deployments to various vertical markets.

For Ajubeo, the partnership with Zayo is about scale and reach.

Ajubeo will be able to immediately take advantage of Zayo's Connect to the Cloud platform, which currently enables connectivity to multiple cloud providers and over 500 global data centers. It will also be able to extend service across a 77,000 route mile fiber network that includes over 14,000 on-net buildings, providing connectivity to the majority of data centers and carrier hotels in the U.S.

Zayo can also extend its wide array of cloud connection options including Ethernet, IP VPN and wavelengths up to 10G to Ajubeo.

Ajubeo is the third cloud provider to participate in Connect to the Cloud platform. Since launching the platform in August, Zayo has also signed up Amazon Web Services (AWS) (NASDAQ: AMZN) and Softlayer.

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