Aerohive launches new Regional Data Center to expand its global cloud footprint
Aerohive Networks, a cloud-management leader, announced the continued expansion of its global cloud footprint with the launch of its new Regional Data Center (RDC) in Sweden. By adding the Sweden RDC, Aerohive is accelerating the global adoption of cloud-managed networking with its unmatched innovation velocity, scale, and flexibility.
Aerohive’s global cloud footprint now includes 13 public and private-cloud RDCs in 11 countries: United States, Ireland, Germany, Netherlands, Sweden, Brazil, Japan, South Korea, India, Australia, and New Zealand.
- Aerohive public and private-cloud RDCs are microservices-based and offer carrier-grade scalability and unmatched deployment flexibility for the Enterprise and for Managed Service Providers delivering services to Enterprises. These RDCs can be provisioned in less than 30 minutes and can easily and cost-effectively scale to 1+ million managed network infrastructure devices and associated client load.
- Aerohive public and private-cloud RDCs are architected to be cloud-hosting platform-agnostic, and extensible to include data lakes for Analytics, Guest Access, IoT Management, and low-latency Virtualized Network Functions anywhere in the world. They also contain native artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities, are programmable API-driven and ISO 27001-compliant.
- Additionally, Aerohive’s public-cloud RDCs operating in Amazon Web Services have achieved the ability to deliver Continuous Cloud Operation, which is the pinnacle of achievement for any Agile Cloud Architecture and is a highly sought state by the Always-On Enterprise and Always-Connected enterprise user community.