Markley, a leading supplier of mission critical datacenter and cloud computing services has been selected by Amazon Web Services as the first provider of native AWS Direct Connect in New England.
This will allow Markley customers the ability to gain a direct, private link to AWS through its Boston and Lowell, Massachusetts datacenters, and bypass third-parties altogether.
Customers now have access to a more simplified process, and can expect decreased latency, improved security and lower expenses — all the while protected from outages by the proven 100% uptime that Markley is known for.
Adam Burnham, of Business Development at Markley:
“AWS Direct Connect gives our customers the ability to make their businesses more secure and scalable. Markley is a leading hub of all connectivity in the region and, working with AWS, we are providing customers with fast, flexible access to the cloud.”
Founded in 1992, Markley counts Fortune 1000 companies, major global consumer brands, and several research firms as it customers, who count on it to deliver high availability and consistent performance in network connectivity.
In addition to AWS Direct Connect, Markley also provides direct access to more than 90 carriers, content providers, and established enterprises via its highly secure connections.
Its services are maintained 24×7 by on-site operating engineers, technicians, and support staff.
You can find out more about the Markley AWS Direct Connect offerings here.