Leaseweb strengthens portfolio

Leaseweb Global is strengthening its portfolio of offerings to meet increasing global demand for cloud and help key vertical industries quickly deploy hybrid environments.

Hybrid- and multi-cloud are the new normal, offering businesses the scalability benefits of public cloud while simultaneously providing the customisation and control inherent in a private cloud. By some estimates, the global cloud services market is expected to reach nearly $600 billion in 2023, creating a fast-growing need for hybrid- and multi-cloud solutions. And more specifically, Gartner predicts that the second largest but fastest-growing cloud spending market segment in 2023 will be cloud system infrastructure services.

“Leaseweb is a company that started in the clouds 25 years ago, and we are intensifying our focus where the cloud is moving – that is hybrid,” said Con Zwinkels, CEO, Leaseweb. “More than ever, the cloud has become a driver of innovation, and industry verticals represent the next frontier for growth. Our hybrid cloud solutions combined with our state-of-the-art global network and competitive price-to-performance ratio make Leaseweb a uniquely qualified partner to companies in the adtech, martech, gaming, fintech and SaaS sectors.”

The benefits to all of Leasweb’s customer sectors will be immediate and clear. Specifically, adtech and martech customers will benefit from a platform that has the flexibility to grow and configure multiple projects coupled with the resources offered by virtual data centers. Gaming and iGaming will have access to dedicated compute capacity that delivers the high performance they demand. And, fintech users will value the SingleTneant platform that they favour because of a reluctance or prohibition to using a shared infrastructure. All in all, Leaseweb customers will have the power and capabilities to build their own, unique virtual infrastructure that adapts to the shape of their respective applications.

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