BSO Broadens Cloud Connect Offering With Oracle Cloud FastConnect

BSO, the leading global telecoms operator powering the digital age, today announced it will offer on-demand connectivity to Oracle Cloud as an official Oracle Cloud FastConnect partner.

The partnership between BSO and Oracle Cloud provides global enterprises with a dedicated, private and highly secure connection from their sites to their critical data and applications within Oracle’s Cloud, BSO will offer Oracle Cloud FastConnect services up to 10Gbps from any of its 240+ POPs.  

Built over BSO’s global and resilient core private Ethernet network, BSO Cloud Connect provides customers with seamless, on-demand connectivity from their data centers and networks, office or colocation environment to Cloud Services providers such as Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure, or Google Cloud. 

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure FastConnect enables enterprise cloud connectivity to Oracle Cloud from trusted enterprise data centers. Connecting directly to the Oracle Cloud through Oracle FastConnect enables a fast, private connection to the industry’s broadest and most integrated cloud platform, with a complete range of services across Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) and Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS).

Features and benefits of connecting directly to Oracle FastConnect: 

  • A more consistent network experience with costs optimisation for data transfer compared to internet-based connections thanks to a dedicated fiber optic connection
  • Increased levels of security and predictability for latency-sensitive traffic allowing greater end-to-end control 
  • Variety of connection speed options: 100Mbps to 10Gbps over 1GE or 10GE ports 
  • More redundancy and disaster recovery of customers’ network infrastructure 
  • Connectivity uptime and performance are backed by an SLA

This collaboration between BSO and Oracle Cloud FastConnect will help customers drive business-process efficiency, improve customer engagement, and accelerate their digital transformation efforts.

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