Linode commits to NVMe storage infrastructure upgrade across its global datacentre portfolio

Linode has committed to upgrading the storage infrastructure of its entire worldwide datacentre estate above the coming quarter to bolster the overall performance and resiliency of its cloud infrastructure expert services.   

The US-primarily based infrastructure-as-a-provider (IaaS) service provider positions alone as an option public cloud service provider by proclaiming to present shoppers an reasonably priced and less difficult to use set of expert services.

This is part of a broader force by the enterprise to democratise accessibility to off-premise expert services and make them available to a considerably broader selection of firms and people.  

The enterprise operates 11 datacentres worldwide, which includes a single in the United kingdom and a different in Germany, and has set out programs to improve the block storage infrastructure within just all these sites by upgrading to a non-volatile memory categorical storage (NVMe) setup.

The task will pave the way for Linode to deploy its

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