Console Connect

Console Connect Inc. was a technology company based in the United States. It focused on B2B peering server connectivity, specifically in the Software Defined Interconnect (SDI) field. It was founded by Al Burgio, who was the company's CEO.[1]

Console Connect
Private
Industry
Headquarters,
ParentPCCW Global 
Websiteconsoleconnect.com

Console Connect’s primary product was the Console Connect Platform. It is a web application that was integrated with Microsoft Azure. The service was intended to reduce the cost of server-to-server communication, by bypassing the internet, using direct links that Console Platform had already negotiated for clients.[2]

Sales for Console Platform largely were first party, and were promoted directly on Amazon Direct Connect Platform, the Google Cloud Platform and Azure Marketplace galleries - which were the primary cloud platforms that Console Platform provides connection to.[3]

Console Connect Inc. had won industry awards, including TechTarget’s 2016 Network Innovation Award for the Console Platform.[4]

References

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  10. "CONSOLE CONNECT SOFTWARE PLATFORM AND NETWORK ACQUIRED".
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