PCCW Global’s Console Connect, Stateless Establish Collaboration Agreement

PCCW Global’s Console Connect and Stateless announced a collaboration agreement that brings together Console Connect’s Software Defined Interconnection platform and Stateless’ microservices approach to Layer 3 network functions.

The collaboration will allow DevOps teams to spin up secure cloud connectivity for remote workers, vendors and newly acquired companies without necessarily requiring complex connectivity management.

“Managing end-to-end cloud connectivity is a real challenge for DevOps teams worldwide,” said PCCW Global CTO, Paul Gampe. “Console Connect is excited to be working alongside Stateless to help address this challenge and completely transform how DevOps teams can provision, manage and experience cloud connectivity.”

Console Connect supports the growing cloud connectivity requirements of enterprises by allowing users to quote, order, deliver and manage their network connections to leading cloud platforms, including AWS, Google Cloud, IBM Cloud, Microsoft Azure, Oracle Cloud and others. The platform orchestrates Layer 2 connectivity across the PCCW Global network, which offers higher levels of network performance, security and speed, and provides extensive reach across Europe, North America, Asia Pacific, Africa, and Latin America.

The integration is expected to support on-demand and direct access to cloud providers, worldwide, using the PCCW Global network. Stateless launched its Cloud Connect Service in May 2021, providing enterprises with end-to-end multi hybrid cloud connections through a single workflow. The service uses Stateless’ software and works with cloud and network provider APIs to connect different data platforms such as Snowflake and Databricks and virtual compute across different clouds such as AWS and Azure.