Bulgarian data centre Daticum and Novatel (part of Deutsche Telekom Group) opened a new point-of-presence (PoP), provided by the data centre infrastructure. Owing the presence of one of the world’s largest telecoms, the current and prospect customers of Daticum can benefit from guaranteed direct Internet service of Novatel/Deutsche Telekom. The customers will also use secure connections to their offices via cloud infrastructure of Daticum, and direct data transfer to the largest European Internet Exchanges (DE-CIX, AMS-IX, etc.). Deutsche Telekom is one of the world’s leading integrated telecommunications companies, with some 156 million mobile customers, 29 million fixed-network lines, and more than 18 million broadband lines. The company operates in over 50 countries and has 225,200 employees worldwide, its generated revenue in the 2015 financial year accounts of 69.2 billion Euros.
“Novatel is focused on delivery of integrated telecommunication solutions and includes expanding of network coverage in the key regional data centres. We choose Daticum because of its leading market position and a proven track record as a premium provider of colocation and cloud services. Our new PoP will gain Daticum customers access to the IP services and network of one of the largest European telecom operators”, said Kamen Georgiev, Commercial Director of Novatel.
“Daticum strives to provide premium quality and dependable services to the customers since its foundation. This partnership with Novatel is paramount and the right move forward, we are glad that our clients will access network and IP services of a proven leader of the Deutsche Telekom Group – without limitations or extra fees imposed (like cross- connectivity charges)”, said Georgi Tsekov, Commercial Director of JSC Daticum.
Novatel was established in the end 2004 as part of Deutsche Telekom Group. The company operates leading-technology, fibre optic network in South-East Europe with over 40 PoPs across Bulgaria. Novatel together with DT Group partners, launched a new 4TB telecommunications transmission system in 2015, connecting Turkey and Middle East with Western Europe.
See more at: www.novatel.bg
Daticum, part of Sirma Group, was established in 2008 in order to meet the growing demand for international-grade data centres. The company provides a full range of managed services – cloud servers, rental of equipment and hardware servers, collocation, construction and maintenance of private cloud systems, system integration and maintenance. Daticum services and solutions can streamline deployment and reduce the cost of IT operations, including infrastructure, support and maintenance.
See more at: www.daticum.com
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