Best-in-class collaboration applications make your users more productive, traditional IT architectures slow them down. You need an architecture that's designed to help your dispersed, mobile, and ever-expanding global user community collaborate in real-time, or their experience will suffer.
Legacy architectures don’t support the low-latency, security and proximity required to enable the performance your enterprise requires. Users are often too far from the clouds that serve the applications they’re using and critical links in the digital supply chain that connect them are inadequate.
An Interconnection-oriented Architecture gives you the global speed, security and performance essential for digital collaboration. Building it on Platform Equinix™ gives you the power to strategically interconnect people, locations, clouds and data anywhere, at any time, for less cost.
Greater control: over costs, resources, agility
Better performance: from networks, clouds and applications
Improved security: bypass the public internet entirely
A proven and repeatable framework for enterprise IT
The cornerstone of your IOA strategy
Direct connections to multiple clouds
Private, multi-cloud enterprise storage
Interconnection-oriented Architecture (IOA) from Equinix is a transformational approach to connecting people, locations, clouds and data. Research from Forrester has shown IOA reduces network latency more than 40%, speeds deployment times and increases ROI by more than 300%.
See the growing impact of collaboration and cloud infrastructure on global markets including security, revenue and SaaS functionality.
451 Research looks at the business of interconnection and data center implementation along with the need to push content closer to the edge to ensure data and applications can be accessed by end users anytime and anywhere.
Addressing application performance issues and adopting a cloud strategy means enterprises need to move towards a user-centric model by bringing data, applications and computing closer to the network edge through an interconnected architecture. This Forrester TEI study provides readers with a...