A Global Internet solution provider, Tata Communications said that it has become a Google Cloud Platform Authorized Services Partner.
Under the terms of this agreement, Google’s new service, Google Cloud Interconnect will connect with Tata Communications’ IZO Public, a cloud enablement service that provides a dedicated and deterministic route, for businesses, into Google’s cloud.
Through the IZO Public cloud enablement service, Tata Communications and Google will be collaborating to provide businesses with a simple and future-proof way to connect and build their cloud over the public Internet – providing unparalleled performance, reach, and capacity ensuring a consistently good user experience for enterprise end-customers.
“The IZO Public cloud enablement service is part of Tata Communications’ game changing IZO network platform for enhanced hybrid cloud enablement,” the company said.
“The platform, launched last week, takes the public internet and uniquely engineers it for predictable routing, together with enterprise cloud connectivity and interconnected data centres – backed by Tata Communications’ leading global network. Today, over 24% of the world’s Internet routes travel over Tata Communications’ network and the company is the only Tier-1 provider that is in the top five by routes in five continents,” it said.
“Together with Google, we are committed in creating an ecosystem to make the Internet fit for business to address how businesses use the Internet to connect to the cloud in a secure and predictable way,” said Julie Woods-Moss, CEO, NextGen Business, Tata Communications.