Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) have never been more critical. The majority of web traffic today is served through CDNs, and with sudden, massive increases in distributed workforces, the need for CDN services will only keep growing.
As a committed partner in your success, Netrality strives to deliver growth opportunities for you and your business. The Netrality Marketplace, a digital embodiment of our carrier-neutral, interconnected ecosystems, enables you to align with fellow ecosystem providers, showcase your product offerings, curate new revenue streams, and achieve your progressive business goals.
With Megaport’s vast global network and number of on-ramps to cloud service providers, Netrality customers can choose the path with lowest latency between Netrality data centers and cloud regions. Customers can add additional connections on-demand as they are needed, ensuring future-proof solutions for hybrid and multicloud deployment strategies.
In episode six, Gary Lamora, Regional Director, Schneider Electric and Amber Caramella, Chief Revenue Officer, Netrality Data Centers look ahead to what’s trending in the colocation and interconnection industries for the remainder of 2020 — with a particular focus on the central role edge will play.
As in many industries, COVID-19 has forced drastic changes to the status quo, and healthcare organizations are greatly increasing their use of telehealth and remote patient consulting and monitoring while also supporting remote work for employees when possible. Successful digital transformations in healthcare will require enough bandwidth and processing power to handle unprecedented amounts of
Operated by Telehouse America, NYIIX provides a neutral and scalable peering infrastructure assuring reliability and stable internet connectivity. With the NYIIX Philadelphia fabric enabled at Netrality’s 401 North Broad you can directly connect with key networks, including Hop One Networks, Akamai, Hurricane Electric, NJEDge and Rutgers University, via one cross connect.
Prior to COVID-19, the adoption of digital educational resources was on the rise. However, in the spring of 2020, COVID-19 quickly and substantially accelerated the adoption of online learning software, including language apps, virtual tutoring, and video conferencing tools as school districts had to rapidly shift from an in-person model to an online, learn-from-home model.