Cloud services platform provider Interoute has launched a new virtual data centre zone in Stockholm, following the launch of similar zones in Istanbul and Singapore earlier this year.
The move represents the “growing regional demand for fast local cloud services” in the Nordics, with Interoute already employing 100 workers in the region with offices in Copenhagen, Gothenburg, Helsinki, Oslo and Stockholm.
One Interoute customer looking to reap the benefits of better and quicker access to data is Stockholm-based medial application services provider MedSciNet. Andrius Preibys, MedSciNet CTO, explained how having a data centre in Stockholm ensures performance with compliance. “Our online software as a service allows customers to access their data in real-time, and begin data analytics almost immediately after the last patient has been included”, said Preibys. “Therefore, control over data and where it is located is critical to us for compliance purposes.”
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