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London, 22 January 2015 - Interoute, owner operator of Europe's largest cloud services platform, has expanded the scope of its combined ISAE 3402 and SSAE 16 type II 2014 assurance report to include its Paris Data Centre Operations. The annual third party audited report provided by...
Interoute expands ITIL ICT Service Management industry best practice certification London, 2 December, 2014 – Interoute, owner operator of Europe's largest cloud services platform, has expanded ISO 20000 certification across their European Operations Centres and Data Centre Operations.  Interoute...
  Global cloud provider Interoute expands across the U.S. after a year of unprecedented IaaS platform growth   Los Angeles, CA – November 18, 2014 – Interoute, owner operator of Europe’s largest cloud services platform, today announced the launch of a new Interoute Virtual Data Centre (VDC) zone...
Interoute recognised for excellence in the European wholesale market London, 10th November 2014 - Interoute, owner operator of Europe's largest cloud services platform, has once again been named Best Pan-European Wholesale Provider at the 2014 Capacity Global Carrier Awards. Interoute received the...
New Interoute Virtual Data Centre in Frankfurt enables secure business continuity in the cloud for companies who want data to stay in Germany. London & Frankfurt, 5th November 2014 - Interoute, owner operator of Europe's largest cloud services platform, has today announced its will open its...

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Matthew Finnie, Interoute CTO explains why tech doesn't do sentimental.

I am old enough to be of the generation that grew up with vinyl. Unlike the romantics of today I remember the scratches, the arguments over borrowing my brother's records, putting them on my worn and generally abused record player and the reality that after the first few plays, even with that brand new stylus, the quality degraded to that “warm” or, in reality, muffled sound that I remember. The revival we see today is a choice, largely based on the sentimental feelings that we tend to attach to music. Yes, I miss the artwork, the feel and smell, but do I miss the general faff? Not really. Even with a vinyl revival, we have moved light years away in terms of the volume of recordings available digitally today. There are very few who would want to go back to how it used to be. The choice of vinyl is from the world of irrationality not the rational. Read more

By Matthew Finnie on Wired Innovation Insights, January 29, 2015

The M2M platforms used to support the burgeoning Internet of Things (IoT) market are now playing centre stage with a number of key technologies and alliances springing up to widen development. Writing for M2M Now, Antony Savvas looks at some of the main platform players.

Generally the experience of 2014 is that most people like the model of consumption matching demand, but still have concerns on the nature and types of workloads that we can port. 2015 is the year when we stop talking about the cloud as a “What if?” choice and start talking about the different architectures and their suitability for your workloads.

By Matthew Finnie, CTO Interoute - published by Venture Beat on December 24th 2014

Matthew Finnie, CTO Interoute, talked with CRN Senior Editor Joseph Tsidulko about the many national laws and data sovereignty rules that make doing business in Europe such a challenge, and how Interoute's new U.S. facilities provide a platform that can help American companies overcome some of the regulatory hurdles and risks associated with international growth. 

Interoute’s Lee Myall tells us about the importance of location when it comes to the cloud

There's no doubt that the rise of cloud computing has revolutionised how we do business, work and communicate. It represents a big opportunity for enterprises to increase their operational efficiency, simply by taking advantage of what the cloud has to offer. And, it’s only set to reach new heights as IDC predicts the cloud computing  market is expected to increase 23 percent by 2018.  However, the physical aspect of the cloud is often overlooked and this has a huge impact on how data is processed, distributed and accessed. Read more 

By Matthew Moore, TechWeek Europe