Cloud provider #CloudMTS expands the federal coverage area, now you can connect a virtual infrastructure in 11 regions. Previously, access to it was only in the capital region, St. Petersburg, Vladivostok and Novosibirsk. This was reported by the press service of the company.

MTS announced the expansion of the geography of its cloud infrastructure

Now coverage extends to Tatarstan, Krasnodar Territory, Sverdlovsk, Irkutsk, Nizhny Novgorod Regions and Perm Territory.

Kazan became the provider’s first new site. The company specified that software-defined data storage systems were used to organize the telecommunications infrastructure. Because of this, you can deploy the cloud without being tied to a particular manufacturer’s equipment.

Due to this approach, services for clients are 40% cheaper, subject to the high standard SLA for availability: 99.95%, the company says.

According to CloudMTS’ director of product development, Vera Baeva, the era of edge computing is coming and the company wants to be the first to offer such services to customers across the country.

“Here #CloudMTS has an advantage: its own network of fiber optic communication channels and more than 70,000 sites with connected equipment and electricity. They can deploy any load required by the client. The new service format will help our customers significantly reduce costs, speed up data transfer and improve information security.” Bayeva said.

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Natalia Gormaleva

Source: RB

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