Zenlayer’s new cloud networking boost-up enterprises

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Mumbai: Edge cloud service provider Zenlayer’s new cloud networking product features speed up network performance and connectivity for enterprises.

Zenlayer released a new set of features for its cloud networking product. These features include traffic engineering in the backbone, BGP, enhanced API functions and data insights for customers. Zenlayer’s new cloud networking features take its cloud networking service to the next level.

Leveraging its capability to engineer network traffic combined with global private backbone decreases network latency by 28% on average, reduces packet loss and improves network resilience.

In addition, Zenlayer released API functions for partners to integrate services, systems and platforms easily. With closely integrated services on both Zenlayer and partners’ platforms, the company delivers more powerful edge cloud solutions to enable a wide range of use case scenarios in hybrid cloud, multi-cloud and enterprise IT.

“Latency and network instability kill the digital experience, which has a direct impact on the client’s top line,” said David Xie, Chief Product Officer – Zenlayer.

“Our new Cloud Networking products allow customers to turbocharge connectivity, instantly,” added Xie.

Additional new features released include BGP and broad-scale data insights. With BGP in place, Zenlayer users can flexibly peer their networks and build virtual private clouds on demand. They can also further customize connectivity between the private network and public clouds.

Moreover, users can now access their telemetry data to have end-to-end visibility of their network status, connectivity quality, latency and resource utilization.

With a newly enhanced cloud networking offering, Zenlayer aspires to deliver a higher level of Quality of Service (QoS) and Quality of Excellence (QoE) to its customers and billions of end-users across the world.

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