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Interoute will speed up data transfer with secure and reliable low-latency MPLS network and distributed cloud platform on three continents for global syrup company
 
Amsterdam, 2 February 2017 - Interoute, owner-operator of a global cloud services platform and one of Europe's largest and most advanced networks, has announced that it has been selected by MONIN, the French manufacturer of flavoured syrups distributed in 145 countries, to connect a brand new factory in Jiaxing, China, with MONIN’s headquarters in Bourges, France. A further MONIN factory in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, is also set to be connected up in March 2017. Interoute will also host MONIN’s e-commerce web site and company data in Interoute Virtual Data Centres (VDC) in Hong Kong and Singapore.
 
Pierre-Eric Cognard, Group CIO and CDO at Georges MONIN SAS, commented, "I know Interoute well and have worked with them on several previous occasions, so it felt natural to consult with them when choosing a network operator for our factory in China. I knew the international power of Interoute’s network and when comparing suppliers few are able to commit to such a worldwide quality of service. Interoute is more responsive and competitive than its rivals and its teams immediately adapted to our needs to provide the solutions we needed."
 
Interoute will provide MONIN with high-capacity MPLS network to manage the transfer of its business data. The network will allow MONIN to share industrial information and order planning between its headquarters and the new Chinese plant at a latency of less than 200 ms, a requirement for the company’s business processes to function.
 
Cognard explained, "Low latency is extremely important to us. We monitor our production line through our centralised ERP in France and we found that the scanners we use in our Malaysian factory operate poorly if network latency between the two sites exceeds 200 ms. Up until now, we have accelerated our traffic flows with a Content Delivery Network (CDN) solution, but using the public internet is not reliable and secure enough for us moving forward. Following the setup of our MPLS network in China, Interoute will be responsible for connecting our infrastructure in Malaysia. We also plan to store our data nearer the factory sites by using Interoute's Virtual Data Centres in Hong Kong and Singapore, in order to be closer to users and reduce response times."
 
MONIN distributes more than 140 flavoured syrups in 145 countries, and operates five production sites: one in the United States, two in France, one in China and one in Malaysia. MONIN also has 70 studios which act as showrooms to show how to use its syrups in the bars, hotels and restaurants of each country. All these sites exchange information with the headquarters in Bourges, including large amounts of marketing data and visuals - hence the importance of an efficient global network, and the choice of Interoute.
 
Interoute will enable a reliable and secure data exchange, synchronisation and rapid provisioning of files for business functions such as R&D and Marketing for MONIN around the world. Interoute’s global network and virtual data centres will also enable cross-site archiving to ensure secure backups. MONIN’s e-commerce applications will also be hosted by Interoute. With a trade office in Brazil exchanging large amounts of marketing data with MONIN’s French HQ, the company will rely on Interoute to increase data transfer speeds and allow more secure and faster data exchange.
 
Martijn ten Kate, country manager Interoute Netherlands, commented, “The presence of our Enterprise Digital Platform in America, Europe and Asia combined with our high performance global network is supporting MONIN Group’s international development. The CIO of MONIN’s visit to our data center in Hong Kong provided validation for the technical and security aspects of our infrastructures and was the starting point of our collaboration.” 
Cognard concludes, "With Interoute, we have a single point of contact for the whole world, rather than different local providers. We also have access to technical support 24/7, as well as dedicated sales contacts. We gain coherence in our infrastructure and systems, and we have the same typology of service everywhere, which is much easier to manage." 
 
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About MONIN Gourmet Flavourings
Founded in 1912 in Bourges, France and family-owned and operated for three generations, MONIN is the premier provider of flavouring products for creating specialty beverage and flavourful culinary solutions. With manufacturing facilities on three continents and product availability in more than 145 countries, MONIN is recognised as the leading global flavour solution provider. www.monin.com 
 
About Interoute
Interoute is the owner-operator of one of Europe's largest networks and a global cloud services platform which encompasses 15 data centres, 17 virtual data centres and 33 colocation centres, with connections to 195 additional third-party data centres across Europe. Its full-service Unified ICT platform serves international enterprises and many of the world’s leading service providers, as well as governments and universities. Interoute’s Unified ICT strategy  provides solutions for enterprises seeking connectivity and a scalable, secure advanced platform on which they can build their voice, video, computing and data services, as well as service providers in need of high capacity international data transit and infrastructure. With established operations throughout Europe and USA, Interoute also owns and operates 24 connected city networks within Europe's major business centres. www.interoute.com
 
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Global air filter company selects Interoute as its worldwide digital infrastructure platform provider, with SD-WAN enabling data centre consolidation.
 
Stockholm, December 13 2016. Interoute, owner operator of a global cloud services platform and one of Europe's largest networks, is transforming the IT estate of Camfil, the world leader in air filters for ventilation systems. 
Headquartered in Sweden and with 26 manufacturing facilities, six R&D facilities and local sales offices worldwide, Camfil’s data network is distributed across more than 130 sites. Camfil is using Interoute’s Software-Defined Wide Area Networking (SD-WAN) solution to better manage and consolidate its IT environment and instead focus on its core business of providing clean air.
 
Tomas Bräne, CIO at Camfil, said: "We have over the years acquired many companies, which means we have developed a vast and heterogeneous IT structure that has left us with a host of outdated hardware that needed to be replaced. We are now together with Interoute taking the critical first step of rolling out a secure, WAN Optimised, SD-WAN solution in order to centralise and modernise our IT environment. Interoute is providing us with a cost-effective solution that optimises traffic and improves the experience for our users as well as increasing our cost-control capabilities. At the same time, we have been able to minimise the risks associated with self-managed networks and old equipment.” 
 
Camfil has selected Interoute Cloud Connect (ICC), a converged SD-WAN solution with WAN Optimisation. This manages and optimises data traffic amongst its local offices, as well as to the head office's private cloud and the Interoute enterprise digital platform, into which it is pre-integrated for Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS). Interoute’s low latency, high performance enterprise network also optimises the performance of applications delivered from public clouds. 
The ICC device helps prioritise business-critical applications and data that are directed over Interoute’s core MPLS network, while non-business critical traffic can be automatically sent over the public Internet. The cloud-integrated technology brings additional benefits, such as the ability to replace expensive or outdated IT hardware in an enterprise customer’s local access network with the self-same ICC device, and to scale up the bandwidth at data traffic peaks. Another advantage is the possibility to add on Unified Communication (UC) services from Interoute as and when needed.
Using Interoute’s network has also allowed Camfil to considerably increase its available bandwidth in order to quickly move the large volumes of data with high security and minimal delay, facilitating the consolidation of data centres.
 
Mark Lewis, EVP Products at Interoute, said: “Interoute Cloud Connect is an ideal solution for a company such as Camfil, because its meets the demands of the global, distributed nature of their business. It scales to connect all of their offices to the high performance, global Interoute platform efficiently and securely, regardless of how many locations there are or where in the world they are found. The platform also makes it easy to plug in new services as the organisation develops - from Office 365 to Azure and AWS, telephony via Interoute’s Hosted Skype for Business, and other cloud services.” 
 
About Interoute
Interoute is the owner-operator of one of Europe's largest networks and a global cloud services platform which encompasses 15 data centres, 17 virtual data centres and 33 colocation centres, with connections to 195 additional third-party data centres across Europe. Its full-service Unified ICT platform serves international enterprises and many of the world’s leading service providers, as well as governments and universities. Interoute’s Unified ICT strategy  provides solutions for enterprises seeking connectivity and a scalable, secure advanced platform on which they can build their voice, video, computing and data services, as well as service providers in need of high capacity international data transit and infrastructure. With established operations throughout Europe and USA, Interoute also owns and operates 24 connected city networks within Europe's major business centres. www.interoute.com
 
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Named Best Cloud Innovation, Best Strategic Acquisition and Best Wholesale Sales Team 
 
Amsterdam, 15 November, 2016 - Interoute, owner operator of one of Europe's largest most advanced networks and global cloud services platform, has been awarded for Best Cloud Innovation, Best Strategic Acquisition and Best Wholesale Sales Team in this year’s Capacity Global Carrier Awards
 
Interoute accepted the awards at a ceremony in Paris on the 8th November. It was selected by a panel of leading analysts, industry experts and Capacity’s senior editorial team. Reflecting on the decision, the judging panel said that Interoute was “a consistent performer in its region, year in, year out.”
 
The company was acknowledged for its work supporting UEFA’s ICT infrastructure, hosting the business services needed to run some of the world’s most high profile football competitions. It was also commended for its acquisition of Easynet, the European managed services provider, to grow Interoute’s ICT services business and expand its market leading cloud capability in Europe and the UK.  
 
Furthermore, the wholesale sales team was championed for driving Interoute’s proposition from an ambitious project to the owner operator of one of Europe’s largest networks, providing customers with access to 17 Interoute Virtual Data Centre (VDC) zones to deploy in cities across Europe, the US and Asia. 
 
“The Capacity Global Carrier Awards have become the most prestigious event in the wholesale telecoms calendar, setting the benchmark for customer excellence in our industry. We are delighted to see our strategic vision, commitment to innovation and the strength of our wholesale team acknowledged in this way." said Gareth Williams, CEO of Interoute.
 
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About Interoute
 
Interoute is the owner-operator of one of Europe's largest networks and a global cloud services platform which encompasses 15 data centres, 17 virtual data centres and 33 colocation centres, with connections to 195 additional third-party data centres across Europe. Its full-service Unified ICT platform serves international enterprises and many of the world’s leading service providers, as well as governments and universities. Interoute’s Unified ICT strategy provides solutions for enterprises seeking connectivity and a scalable, secure advanced platform on which they can build their voice, video, computing and data services, as well as service providers in need of high capacity international data transit and infrastructure. With established operations throughout Europe and USA, Interoute also owns and operates 24 connected city networks within Europe's major business centres. www.interoute.com
 
 
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Company awarded for driving improvements in Anglian Water’s customer relations via its innovative communications software solution 
 
London, January 4 2017 - Interoute, owner-operator of one of Europe's largest, most advanced networks and global cloud services platforms, has been awarded for its contribution to Anglian Water’s Service Incentive Mechanism (SIM) programme in this year’s Anglian Water Supplier Awards. The SIM, set by industry regulator Ofwat, measures the quality of service provided by companies to their household customers, awarding a score out of 100. Interoute accepted the award for its Web Callback and CLI Lookup solutions at a ceremony in Newmarket on the 1st December. 
 
The company’s innovative approach helped Anglian Water to provide a smooth customer communication service, with transparent call-back requests and improved customer identification for Anglian Water staff. 
 
 
The Web Callback solution enables customers to request a call-back from Anglian Water’s website to discuss an issue, and receive an indication of when the call will be made. The alert service allows staff to serve urgent requests faster, and improves transparency for customers. In tandem with this, the CLI Lookup solution has transformed employees’ ability to recognise callers by matching incoming telephone numbers to their active account number. Staff can implement intelligent queueing, addressing the most urgent requests first - for example, in areas where there is a known operational issue, such as a water outage. Immediate positive feedback was received from customers, with 100% of customers surveyed by Anglian Water about the new Web Call-back service scoring it the highest mark of 5 for “Very Satisfied”. 
 
Andrew Bacon, Customer Service Manager at Anglian Water, said: “Delivering excellent customer service is at the heart of what we do and Interoute really delivered for us. Along with their partner QueueLogic they took a truly collaborative approach; understood what we wanted and why, and gave us solutions in a very challenging timescale that our customers really appreciate. A well-deserved award.”
 
Philip Grannum, EVP for UK sales at Interoute, said: “Interoute worked with Anglian Water to come up with solutions that would achieve a direct and visible impact on the quality of service delivered to households across the East of England. Our delivery of these two new initiatives was done collaboratively and to an aggressive timescale, paying close attention to Anglian Water’s transformation needs. We are delighted to have been recognised in this way and look forward to future projects with Anglian Water”.
 
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Interoute Virtual Data Centre awarded for high-level performance, scope and flexibility
 
London, 7 December, 2016 - Interoute, owner operator of a global cloud services platform and one of Europe's largest, most advanced networks, has been awarded for Best Cloud Infrastructure at this year’s World Communication Awards (WCA) ceremony.
 
The WCA Cloud Infrastructure Award honours the industry’s best infrastructure-based service delivered over private or public cloud, and focuses particularly on customer satisfaction, flexibility and reliability. Interoute was selected for the award by a panel of industry executives, technology analysts and Total Telecom’s senior editorial team. 
 
The company was acknowledged for the speed and availability of its Virtual Data Centre (VDC), and the ability to provide tailored solutions for customers’ virtual infrastructure needs. Interoute was commended for its comprehensive delivery method, which reduces inefficient siloes and discrepancies between service levels. 
 
Interoute VDC, a fully integrated cloud platform incorporating compute and storage, is built into Interoute’s network, covering 70,000 route kilometres of fibre. The team was championed for the wide reach of its solution, with latency of just 130 milliseconds between London and Los Angeles, and provisioning across the US, Europe and Asia. Independent research by Cloud Spectator in March 2016 revealed that Interoute VDC is faster than AWS, Azure and Rackspace for network throughput, latency, and transfer speeds in a number of key European and U.S. cities.
 
“The World Communication Awards are a major benchmark for the telecoms sector celebrating continued innovation and ingenuity in the industry. Interoute is committed to our strategic vision of innovation and world class service, and we are thrilled to see Interoute Virtual Data Centre recognised as the best cloud infrastructure available." said Gareth Williams, CEO of Interoute.
 
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About Interoute
 
Interoute is the owner-operator of one of Europe's largest networks and a global cloud services platform which encompasses 15 data centres, 17 virtual data centres and 33 colocation centres, with connections to 195 additional third-party data centres across Europe. Its full-service Unified ICT platform serves international enterprises and many of the world’s leading service providers, as well as governments and universities. Interoute’s Unified ICT strategy provides solutions for enterprises seeking connectivity and a scalable, secure advanced platform on which they can build their voice, video, computing and data services, as well as service providers in need of high capacity international data transit and infrastructure. With established operations throughout Europe and USA, Interoute also owns and operates 24 connected city networks within Europe's major business centres.
 
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Multiple TBs of digital traffic expected to hit the European internet through Palermo and Marseilles landing points.

Amsterdam, 10 November 2016 - Interoute, owner operator of a global cloud services platform and one of Europe’s largest networks, has today announced that it now offers dual entry into Europe through France and Italy from the World’s newest submarine cable, South East Asia–Middle East–Western Europe 5 (SEA-ME-WE 5). Interoute will connect digital traffic from Africa, Asia and the Middle East via its Point of Presence (PoP) in Marseilles, France and OHM Data Centre in Palermo (where Interoute is located), Sicily to its pan European network.

This dual entry proposition means Interoute can deliver up to nx100G of capacity between on-net routes in as little as 4 weeks to customers. Furthermore, Interoute is able to provide large scale capacity and protected routes to customers, from its wholly owned fibre optic network.

SEA-ME-WE 5 is an optical fibre submarine cable system currently under construction, which has been designed to carry up to 24Tbps of capacity between South-East Asia, the Middle East and Europe. By having a presence at both European locations, Interoute will be able to offer customers added resilience and full diversity on its network, It’s customers can benefit from its full portfolio of connectivity services such as Dark fibre, Wavelength Services, Carrier Ethernet, Managed Bandwidth and IP Transit. In addition, as a member of the Open Hub Med (OHM) Data Centre consortium Interoute has invested in a new carrier neutral facility in the Palermo region, and is ready to start carrying the wave of new traffic as soon as it reaches Europe.

Renzo Ravaglia EVP, Service Provider, at Interoute commented: “Interoute’s pan European network is at the heart of Europe’s the digital economy. Interoute is the first service provider to offer dual entry backhaul services from SEA-ME-WE 5 to Europe through its Marseilles and Palermo PoPs. With this new investment we have ensured that European enterprises can continue to benefit from the huge new business opportunities the internet has opened up with Africa, Asia and the Middle East.”

As the owner operator of one of Europe’s largest networks Interoute is able to provide increased network availability and a range of comprehensive commercial offerings for customers. Interoute directly connects 124 cities in 29 countries. It also has extensive network partner agreements and connectivity to additional 195 third-party data centres, to support customers across the globe.

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About Interoute

Interoute is the owner-operator of one of Europe's largest networks and a global cloud services platform which encompasses 15 data centres, 17 virtual data centres and 33 colocation centres, with connections to 195 additional third-party data centres across Europe. Its full-service Unified ICT platform serves international enterprises and many of the world’s leading service providers, as well as governments and universities. Interoute’s Unified ICT strategy provides solutions for enterprises seeking connectivity and a scalable, secure advanced platform on which they can build their voice, video, computing and data services, as well as service providers in need of high capacity international data transit and infrastructure. With established operations throughout Europe and USA, Interoute also owns and operates 24 connected city networks within Europe's major business centres.

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