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Clouvider signs agreement with Tata

Deal with Indian market leader allows London provider Clouvider to improve Asia Pacific connectivity and promises plenty of benefits for customers.

London internet service provider Clouvider has announced that it has signed a new deal with Indian network carrier Tata to improve its network in the Asian country and further afield.
The agreement with Tata, a multinational conglomerate based in Mumbai, will allow Clouvider to better service its customers in India, with a promise of improving latency, connectivity and resiliency in a cost-effective manner. Clouvider will draw upon Tata’s dominant position in the Indian market – the communications wing of the Tata conglomerate currently includes over 2,000 service providers and across 240 countries, including many of the biggest companies in the world.

Tata’s network takes in over 500,000 km of subsea fibre and 210,000 km of terrestrial fibre, with the company investing billions in its global structure to ensure revenue continues to grow – the company took in $2.9 billion in 2017.
A spokesperson for Clouvider said:

We are very happy to work with Tata on improving our connectivity to APAC, and especially to India. By adding Tata to our network we’re leveraging their extensive global network and dominant position in the emerging market in India. This will benefit all our customers by reducing the network latency to Asia and increasing the throughput as well as by increasing our overall network resiliency at no extra cost to our Customers.

Clouvider is a quickly growing service provider in London, which was incorporated in 2013. The company specialises in dedicated servers, cloud, colocation and connectivity and, after agreeing on the new deal with Tata, now enjoys privileged access to seven global Tier 1 carriers. They also have direct peering over all three London internet exchanges: LINX LON1, LINX LON2 and LONAP.

For more information about Clouvider and the deal with TATA, please contact the company directly on 0333 344 1640 or by email using the contact form on our website.

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