Google Cloud is now opening its first interconnect location in Denmark. This is done with a PoP (Point of Presence) at the colocation provider Interxion. With the new dedicated access, you can now move workloads directly to Google Cloud with significantly lower latency
If your Google Cloud workloads depend on a latency of less than 5 MS (RTD) from your own virtual machine to Google Cloud, you can now take advantage of Google Cloud's new dedicated interconnect service, which has just opened in two of Interxion's Danish colocation data centers (CPH1 & CPH2).
The new interconnect service is a network service that through a PoP allows you to have a private connection with dedicated bandwidth between your own network to the edge of Google Cloud.
This allows customers to move critical workloads between their own infrastructure and Google Cloud significantly faster and more securely than using the Internet and other types of transmission connections. In addition, there are other benefits such as reduced outbound traffic costs between Google VPC and your local on-premise infrastructure, as well as shorter time-to-market when rolling out new services.
Google Cloud provides cloud computing services that enable companies to build, implement and scale applications, websites and services on the same infrastructure as Google. With the new interconnect service, in addition to higher security and higher speed, customers also achieve simplified management of their critical workload with API integration between the end-user's infrastructure and Google Cloud.
Google Cloud has rolled out a number of dedicated interconnect locations across Europe, including at Interxion in Stockholm, Frankfurt, Dusseldorf, Vienna, Madrid, Paris, Zurich and Marseille.