Hybrid cloud networking company, Stateless announced that enterprise-level colocation provider, Digital Fortress has selected the Stateless Solution Centric Networking platform, as the foundational technology to deliver Layer 3 and above connectivity solutions to its customers. SCN multi-tenant software allows providers to define and build a portfolio of services that can be productized and operationalized, all through a single platform.
Patented cloud-native design
Stateless’ Luxon SCN platform uses a patented cloud-native design to deliver stateless network functions. It allows users to create connections between hyper-scalers, servers, storage, and other types of IT resources. Stateless’ platform can be integrated easily into existing infrastructure and allows users to deploy network functions within seconds. Digital Fortress currently operates six data centers in Washington, Colorado, Illinois, and New Jersey. According to the announcement, Digital Fortress will use Stateless’ software to add Layer 3 services, including hybrid multi-cloud access, routing, and encryption to its physical connectivity services including carrier-neutral connections to the Seattle Internet Exchange plus access to numerous other network providers. Timothy Doherty, CEO, Digital Fortress, said,
“Digital Fortress is committed to providing efficient, high-density colocation facilities backed by industry-leading support and service. Stateless’ technology allows us to augment our current services to provide simple access to hyper-scalers and private clouds, giving our clients the tools they need to maximize the value of being in a Digital Fortress data center.”