GPX India launches Open Cloud Exchange in Mumbai

PUNE: GPX India introduced the launch of GPX Cloud Exchange in Mumbai, which can allow direct, personal and safe connections to a number of cloud service suppliers (CSP). The firm mentioned it was the primary knowledge centre and interconnection supplier in India to supply an open cloud exchange service.
“Our innovative open cloud exchange service will empower Indian enterprises to leverage multiple cloud platforms in an easy and cost-efficient way,” mentioned Manoj Paul, managing director, GPX India. “GPX is the one knowledge centre and interconnection supplier to supply an open cloud trade service linked to a number of CSPs hosted inside GPX Mumbai knowledge centre campus, subsequently providing extremely dependable and scalable service.”

This will permit enterprises to seamlessly connect with a number of cloud suppliers by way of a single port, accelerating their cloud adoption and establishing enterprise edge nodes to optimise their hybrid-cloud and multi-cloud community methods. As per a current Nasscom report, the cloud market in India is slated to develop threefold to $7.1 billion by 2022.

As a part of GPX Cloud Solutions, the corporate has been providing GPX Direct Cloud Connect service to enterprise prospects for greater than 4 years. This service offers direct connection providers to a few CSP companions – AWS Direct Connect, Google Cloud Dedicated Interconnect and Oracle Cloud FastConnect – all of which have an edge node hosted contained in the GPX Mumbai knowledge centre campus. The GPX Open Cloud Exchange will present a simple and scalable manner for enterprises to dump their IT workloads to those CSPs and shift masses with excessive flexibility.

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