Nokia deploys data center edge routers to support Denmark’s rapid hosting and cloud services growth

Cloud Computing

Nokia has announced that its 7750 Service Routers (SR) have now been deployed for Denmark, part of Group, the leading provider of hosting and cloud services to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) across Europe. The deployment will allow to scale its network infrastructure to support rapidly growing services for its 250,000 customers in Denmark.

Nokia’s 7750 SR-1s edge routers will provide high capacity, reliable 100G IP transport links for data center interconnection between Denmark’s data center locations, offering scalable and secure data center gateway and peering services for internet and cloud access. The solution will enable Denmark to scale its future services by increasing the speed and capacity of its network infrastructure as it expands.

Michael Munk Lassen, Head of Technology, Infrastructure, for Denmark, said: “ is expanding rapidly in Denmark. We needed an interconnection platform with the headroom to support the future growth of our hosting and cloud services. Nokia’s solution gives us a scalable, reliable data center interconnection solution that will grow with our business. It gives us a market-leading edge routing capability that provides the functionality we need in a compact, cost-effective platform that will easily meet our future interconnection needs.”

Mark Vanderhaegen, Director of Webscale Accounts at Nokia, said: “’s customers represent some of the fastest growing and most innovative entrepreneurial businesses who demand access to the latest cloud-based solutions. As the leading provider of hosting and access to cloud services for SMEs in Europe, sees the need for more scalable, higher capacity data center interconnection. We are delighted that has chosen Nokia 7750 Service Routers to support the expansion of its business.”


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