The performance and speed of accessing the cloud computing services on AWS networks would be amazingly an experience after the direct backhaul to connect AWS data centers across the Australian continent.
GREATRESPONDER.COM – As AWS is one of the most leading cloud computing service provider company across all continents of the globe – the bandwidth pressure on the Amazon data centers and servers is obvious, which deteriorates the speed and performance of accessing the services in certain cases. This issue has been resolved by the Kordia telecom solution provider company across the New Zealand and Australia. It has established the fiber based direct backhaul network to connect to the AWS servers to access cloud computing services without contesting for bandwidth in the public internet networks.
This was announced by the company through a press release statement on Feb 4, 2014. According to the press release statement of the company, two fiber links have been put into the operation to connect the Amazon servers directly from the main hubs in New Zealand. This will make accessing of cloud computing based services hosted on the AWS networks faster and more experience for the customers in the region.
In his statement, the CTO of Kordia, Aaron Olphert said, “The expected core network latency for this connectivity is just 25-30 milliseconds. What that means in practice is that AWS users connected via Kordia’s network will experience performance almost as good as if the servers were in their building rather than in Australia.” “There are multiple bandwidth options are available ranging from 1MB to 1GB – and this connectivity will be established via direct connection solutions and private peering” he further added.
While talking about the benefits that the customers in the region can get, he said, “This suits customers seeking to provision AWS virtual servers and hosting applications which depend on consistent and optimal network performance – in other words, it is ideal for business-critical applications such as ERP services.”
The company further informed that, it is keeping a close eye on the requirements of its customers to connect to the major content providers in the cloud such as – Google, YouTube, Microsoft Azure, and Microsoft Office 365. The best options for connecting the customers to these services would be devised in the near future to offer the great experience to the customers.
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