Our network helps organisations improve user experience and content delivery. By hosting data from Intergrid's network of 10 regional datacentres, end users enjoy ultra-low latency to content and high-speed local routing. Find out how we combine edge computing with baremetal servers for unrivaled performance.
'Edge computing' refers to the principle that data storage and compute servers should be located as geographically close to the end user as possible. In doing so, households and businesses enjoy faster and lower latency connectivity to cloud content and applications.
Intergrid is at the forefront of edge computing in Australia & New Zealand with datacentres in every capital city.
Baremetal refers to dedicated servers that are assigned to your business with no shared resources. Baremetal has a number of advantages over public cloud:
Performance - with dedicated processors, memory and storage, enjoy faster IOPS and lower latencies
Reliability - no noisy neighbours that create high loads
Affordability - customers save an average of 30-50% when switching to baremetal
Edge Baremetal is driving helping organisations of all sizes transition to online and remote working. Staff can be working from anywhere, and Intergrid's network of 10 regional datacentres ensure that critical business applications are just milliseconds away from every team member.
Find out how you can instantly deploy affordable cloud servers in 10 regions: Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Townsville, Hobart, Darwin and Hobart