Equinix announces expansion of ECX Fabric in seven new EMEA markets

Maria Nikolova

Equinix expands its interconnection service to Barcelona, Brussels, Geneva, Istanbul, Lisbon and Sofia, and is set to extend it into Hamburg in the second quarter of 2020.

Global interconnection and data center company Equinix Inc (NASDAQ:EQIX) today announces expansion of Equinix Cloud Exchange Fabric™ (ECX Fabric™) in seven new EMEA markets.

With the expansion of Equinix’s interconnection service to Barcelona, Brussels, Geneva, Istanbul, Lisbon and Sofia, and extending into Hamburg in the second quarter of 2020, enterprises and service providers will be able to seamlessly interconnect to a rich ecosystem of clouds, networks, partners and customers that matter most to their digital businesses. Equinix is extending its ECX Fabric service in EMEA to help digital businesses simplify hybrid multicloud deployments and expand their global interconnection opportunities on Platform Equinix®.

ECX Fabric is a global interconnection service available in 45 strategic markets that allows businesses to exchange their data on demand, and between metros through private connections. This capability enables enterprises, network services and cloud providers alike to consistently scale their digital businesses just as rapidly as the digital economy requires it.

ECX Fabric provides scalability, agility and connectivity over a self-service portal or APIs. Through a single port, customers in any ECX Fabric-enabled market can create and manage on-demand connections in a globally consistent way. By extending ECX Fabric from Lisbon in the West to Istanbul in the East, Equinix is making it easier for digital businesses to increase their global reach by gaining broad access to the ecosystems they need for scaling their businesses globally.

ECX Fabric enables streamlined access to the world’s largest cloud providers, including Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and Google Cloud on Platform Equinix via global, software-defined interconnection.

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