Interoute receives highest use case score for High-Performance Network in Gartner’s Critical Capabilities for Network Services, Pan-European report
London, UK – 20 March 2018– Interoute, the global cloud and network provider, has been recognised with the highest use case score for High-Performance Network in Gartner’s March 2018 Critical Capabilities for Network Services, Pan-European report.The annual report provides research that can be used to further investigate product and service ratings based on key capabilities set to important, differentiating use cases.
Interoute received the highest score of the 13 Network Service Providers Gartner assessed in the Use Case for High-Performance Network.
Mark Lewis, EVP Products & Development at Interoute, stated: “Reliable, high-performance, low-latency networking is key to supporting Enterprises across Europe as they move forward with IaaS and SaaS adoption. Our cloud-optimised network capabilities, along with our Interoute Edge Access SD-WAN solutions are leading the way for enterprises wanting to bridge their legacy IT infrastructure with their digital future.”
Interoute offers a range of managed networking services which accelerate and optimise IT experiences, including SD-WAN, Internet Access, private connectivity solutions and SIP trunking. Interoute has built an enterprise platform which integrates the SD-WAN Edge, the recognised best High-Performance Networking Core, and Cloud, to deliver a private digital backbone for enterprise growth, providing optimal connections to offices, data centres and cloud services.
The report was written by Gartner analysts Katja Ruud and Neil Rickard.
The Gartner Critical Capabilities for Network Services, Pan-European can be downloaded here.
More details on Interoute, its products and services can be found here.
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Gartner, “Critical Capabilities for Network Services, Pan-European”, Katja Ruud, Neil Rickard, 9 March 2018.
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