Extreme’s native cloud management platform heads to Canada

The service is deployable in the public cloud, private cloud or on-premises

Global network solutions provider Extreme Networks announced it’s extended its ExtremeCloud IQ native cloud management platform to Canada.

“ExtremeCloud IQ subscribers can now leverage Microsoft Azure data centres in Toronto to manage their enterprise networks, ensuring data privacy and sovereignty for citizens and providing a local option for global organizations doing business in the region,” said Extreme.

ExtremeCloud IQ is an end-to-end application capable of ingesting 3 petabytes of data across a global footprint of regional cloud instances. 

According to the company, Extreme IQ is the industry's first end-to-end cloud management application that leverages machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) to provide enterprises with insights, complete visibility, control, and automation of networks.

Users can deploy the service in multiple cloud environments, including the public cloud, private, and on-premises.

Extreme also announced a planned 10% expansion of its software engineering organization in Thornhill, Ontario using local talent. The company aims to reach this target by offering a professional development program targeting interns and new hires from Canada's top universities in technology, including the Universities of Toronto and Waterloo.

"Canada has long been a hub of technological innovation, and Extreme has been a proud member of this thriving technology community for nearly 20 years,” said Paul Semak, VP of sales in Canada at Extreme Networks.

“As we look toward the future, we are investing in the brightest people and the best technology to make our vision of effortless customer experience a reality. As the first and only cloud networking vendor to offer a regional data centre in Canada, we are removing barriers to cloud adoption for our customers and partners, ensuring they can leverage the fastest growing and leading cloud-managed networking solution in the industry, while providing in-country data residency, failover, and disaster recovery to advance their business.”

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