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July 16, 2019

Cloud storage performance

Moving your data from local servers to private or public cloud storage?

Moving your data from servers at local business locations to private or public cloud storage in data centers? Network performance has a big influence on real-time application behavior while transferring data with your remote storage provider.

High performance cloud storage connectivity is created using private optical connections between data centers and infrastructure at your location or in a co-location environment. These connections do not run via the public internet and offer greater reliability, continuous bandwidth throughput and shorter waiting times.

 

Well known cloud storage platforms in this space are Amazon, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, OneDrive, Dropbox and openstack.

 

For highest availability, redundant connections to your cloud storage provider are preferable, making sure all applications  perform within specifications.

 

In order to achieve the desired application and user experience at every location, network design needs to re-think requirements such as redundancy, availability, security, bandwidth and latency. 

 

Our team is ready on-hand to evaluate and improve your network and cloud storage performance at office and data center locations with low latency 1-100Gbps private data transport.

 

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About AFIBER
AFIBER empowers clients with software controlled, network-independent optical transmission services. We operate fiber networks with elastic optical transmission capabilities. Our clients range from national SMB’s to global enterprises with over $100bn in yearly revenues.

 

AFIBER services are built on the company’s core strength: leveraging technology and connectivity efficiencies to allow customers integrate, distribute and manage high performance data transport across organizations, data centers and customers more effectively.

 

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