Globally renowned high bandwidth connectivity solutions provider Colt will now offer its connectivity solutions to Oracle Cloud Milan Region via Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) FastConnect.
Meanwhile, Oracle’s clients can unleash the power of Oracle Cloud and also the Oracle Autonomous Database to drive business growth.
Colt’s 100Gbps fiber-optic which is spread across the Milan, Turin, Rome, and Genoa Metropolitan Area Networks (MAN) network connects over 3,100 corporate buildings and 55 data centers across Italy.
Colt’s offering via OCI Fast Connect will offer Italian industries and financial sectors a simple and flexible way to connect to Oracle Cloud. Additionally, Colt claims that its broadband connectivity will offer low latency, a reliable, and a faster network experience than public Internet connections.
With Colt On Demand for OCI, users can securely connect to the Oracle Cloud region within minutes. Furthermore, it allows users to dynamically scale up and down in real-time. Colt on Demand for OCI is managed by an online customer portal and can be bought via a flexible, pay-as-you-go business model.
Mimmo Zappi, Colt’s Regional Sales Director for Europe and the United States said the past year has emphasized not only the significance of an agile, high-speed, and on-demand network infrastructure but also the importance of the broader technology ecosystem that has had to quickly reorganize following global changes.
Colt is significantly proud to tighten its partnership with Oracle and collectively help its companies to facilitate several cloud transformations. The cloud transformations help companies to grow even during this uncertain period.
He further said that the opening of the first Oracle Cloud region in Italy will allow both Oracle and Colt to meet the growing needs of the companies in these regions.
Clients can connect to Oracle Cloud regions and OCI services via OCI’s extensive network consisting of over 70 FastConnect global and regional partners.
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