CCR selects Atrium Network for Internet access
16 July 2007 | 1587 views | 0
Source: Atrium Network
Atrium Network is proud to announce today that CCR, the French asset manager owned by Commerzbank, chose Atrium Network to set up its new resilient Internet access architecture.
CCR now relies on Atrium Network for the critical task of delivering a secured, redundant and high availability Internet access for more than 200 people.
Atrium Network has increased the number of Carrier class POPs deployed in Europe (Paris, London, Amsterdam, and Frankfurt) and is planning to open Dubai and New York. Atrium Network's backbone connectivity (Ethernet based) layer can be fully resilient and complies with any systemic risk thanks to a diversity based on country level rather than city level diversity.
Atrium Network POPs are also connected to all major T1 ISPs, supplying multi carriers Internet connectivity for more resiliency.
In addition, Atrium Network's customers can take advantage of all the benefits of "myAtrium", a management and monitoring interface allowing real time bandwidth control as well as other Atrium Network's application tunnels management.
"Atrium Network helped us implementing a customized Internet access infrastructure that met our needs in term of resiliency, scalability and cost effective pricing. This solution is all the more strategic since more and more applications are demanding a high level of Internet quality" says Philippe Bremard, IT Manager at CCR.
"Delivering multiple services over the same infrastructure is a common feature in the Financial Extranet space. By leveraging the embedded firewall and virtual routers deployed at our customer's site, Atrium Network is now able to securely deliver Internet services over an existing infrastructure without compromising the security of other information delivered on the same infrastructure. Atrium Network is a very versatile financial extranet platform, the addition of the Internet as a new service over the network clearly demonstrate the ability of the network to integrate further services", commented Emmanuel Carjat - CEO