Tuesday, 15 November 2016 01:02

Adyen deploys to Equinix Melbourne, Sydney data centres

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Global payments technology company, Adyen, has deployed its infrastructure in Equinix data centres in both Sydney and Melbourne.

Adyen says it is expanding on its existing presence in Equinix’s Amsterdam (AM8), Miami (MI3) and Silicon Valley (SV4) sites, by choosing the Sydney (SY3) and Melbourne (ME1) data centres as the home of its Australian payments platform.

Warren Hayashi, president, Adyen Asia-Pacific, says Adyen can now take advantage of instant, on-ramp access to the many networks already inside Equinix, and to its digital payments ecosystem.

“We chose Equinix because of the strength of its network and the capabilities of its data centres. The Equinix sites in Sydney and Melbourne strengthen our payments platform by supporting it with high-speed, secure connections – allowing us to reliably power commerce through our seamless payments experience.”

Jeremy Deutsch, managing director of Equinix Australia, says in the financial services industry, “fast and secure connections between multiple key players are increasingly essential to market differentiation and growth”.

“Companies like Adyen who have expanded their business in Equinix data centres around the world are some of our greatest success stories. They’ve looked at how best to interconnect, and we’re proud that they’ve chosen Equinix as part of their journey.”

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