Evocative unveil enterprise bare metal solution for new tech

Global innovator Evocative announces Evocative Metal: an enterprise bare metal service that aims to provide exceptional performance and faster deployment

Evocative, a global provider of Internet infrastructure, recently announced the availability of Evocative Metal, an enterprise bare metal service. 

The service has been designed to help enterprise customers evolve their workload strategies with a scalable and cost-effective solution that rivals the performance, control and flexibility of traditional public cloud options.

Increasing numbers of companies are now turning to cloud-native infrastructure for better scalability. Spending on cloud computing is anticipated to grow to 45% by 2024, according to Gartner, with Evocative Metal aiming to optimise workloads for businesses, as well as providing greater security and governance.

Evocative continues to expand its edge presence

Evocative is a global leader in Internet infrastructure and provides enterprise-class data centre, network and bare metal solutions that enable exceptional digital experiences. The organisation’s global footprint includes interconnected data centres and Points of Presence (POP) across strategically located metros in North America, Europe and Asia regions. 

With 25 years of expertise, Evocative leverages its experience in cloud adjacent infrastructure to enable a scalable solution that helps enterprise customers manage their IT workloads. Through organic growth and strategic acquisition, the company continues to expand its presence to power enterprise workloads at the edge. It is also dedicated to helping drive digital businesses forward both in the near and distant future.

Its new service, Evocative Metal, is a high-performance customisable bare metal server solution that is designed to provide ultimate control and flexible deployment options for resource-intensive applications. Organisations will also have the ability to bring their own software and design to their own environment with fast and flexible deployment.

The service also promises streamlined management and ongoing cost-management and is supported by the company’s global data centre network spanning 20 colocation facilities and 60 POPs, including key areas such as Frankfurt, Los Angeles, New York, Paris and Tokyo.

“Bare metal servers provide a solution to challenges many organisations are facing with the public cloud,” said Derek Garnier, CEO at Evocative. “We developed Evocative Metal because we believe that bare metal and hybrid IT are the future of the industry. 

“It is critical that as our industry continues to innovate, enterprises can scale their CPU and GPU intensive workloads to incorporate new technologies such as AI and Machine Learning, which could face limitations with traditional cloud solutions.”

Providing compute power for AI, machine learning and other new technologies

Optimising data centre efficiencies and cloud performance has never been more important for those within the data centre industry, as enterprises look to work more efficiently and sustainably.

Evocative Metal aims to provide essential compute power to support data-intensive workloads for AdTech, FinTech, gaming, research labs and AI/Machine Learning, as well as other emerging technologies. The company developed its latest solution in response to an increasing market demand for hybrid IT environments that incorporate a purpose-built combination of public cloud and on-premises deployments, so that businesses can effectively manage growing workloads.

The bare metal servers are also reportedly ideal for workloads with high outbound bandwidth usage, such as collaboration platforms, as well as use cases where dedicated compute environments are required by policy or for compliance.

The service was designed with next-generation performance in mind. Customers can utilise Evocative’s new bare metal solution to manage resource-intensive workloads with increased performance and lower latency, as well as greater processing power. In addition, enterprises can gain direct access to compute resources and hardware-level performance for ultimate control and security.

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