7m | Natalie Bannerman
Liquid Intelligent Technologies (Liquid) and global cloud connectivity platform Teridion are partnering to bring reliable and fast internet connectivity to global customers.
Through this collaboration, Teridion’s multi-cloud-based solution has been added to Liquid’s backbone service.
“The multi-cloud-based solution coupled with Liquid’s current technology will serve this market well. As a business, we understand the changing needs of our Enterprise customers,” said Winston Ritson, chief business development officer for Liquid Cloud & Cyber Security.
“Using a multi-cloud-based platform allows Liquid to provide ten times faster internet performance that is more reliable and scalable, allowing global Enterprise customers to receive optimal performance from WAN. This partnership with Teridion is a game-changer for our business and is part of our commitment to offer services that our global Enterprise customers can use to continue on their growth trajectory.”
Specifically, the partnership which has been in effect since December 2021, will see Enterprise customers benefit from improved internet performance with dynamic route optimisation.
Additionally, the patented technology will enable dynamic, unlimited scalability, a high-performance global multi-cloud network, machine learning, and over 500 points of presence. The solution requires no hardware or software and is fully interoperable, meaning that can work with any device.
“Businesses operate in a global setting with remote employees. They are looking for a single service provider capable of delivering high-speed, reliable connectivity across their company,” said Sander Teunissen, sales director of Teridion.
“Teridion’s guaranteed SLA, global reach, and interoperability through a clientless solution that requires zero employee setup makes it an ideal solution. We are excited about extending our offering to new customers through our partnership with Liquid, which is known for its highly reliable services.”
In January 2022, Liquid celebrated achieving its 100,000km fibre network milestone, up from 89,989km at the beginning of 2021. Its network connects 14 countries mostly in Sub-Saharan Africa.