Oracle OpenWorld

Oracle OpenWorld

Cloud connectivity redefined: Simple, smart, secure.

Meet Colt at Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco to discover how cloud computing connectivity will power digital transformations of the future. 

According to the Cisco Global Cloud Index, by 2021, 94% of workloads and compute instances will be processed by cloud data centres. For enterprises it’s long past the question of if they’ll move to the cloud, but to what extent and when.

Colt is an Oracle FastConnect Connectivity Partner and makes it simple, smart and secure to establish a dedicated network connection from your premises to your Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.

The flexible, on-demand network offering provided by Colt, alongside the reliable, scalable and high-performance cloud environment offered by the Oracle Cloud infrastructure will help your business mitigate the risks of performance loss, downtime and privacy, and realise the full benefits of digital transformation. 

The Colt IQ Network spans across 32 countries with 25,000 route kilometres in Europe alone. In Asia, we connect to more than 95 data centres and 6,800 buildings, with a growing network in the US now serving 13 major cities coast-to-coast. Our connectivity reaches beyond 900 data centres internationally, and it’s designed to put the power of connectivity in your hands.

Book a meeting with us at Oracle OpenWorld to discuss how we can help put you in the driving seat of your business’ digital transformation.


Shan Ali Khan, Sales Engineer

Connectivity Matters for a Successful Migration to OCI
Wednesday 18 September | 10:45 – 11:05

Connectivity and the Cloud are critical technology elements to enabling business growth. If IT departments are planning on migrating to the Oracle ERP application from an on-premise data centre to a public cloud platform, they might face a surge in network capacity. But how do you plan for this, without over spending on bandwidth that you might not always need?

Find out why connectivity matters for a successful migration to OCI, and how the network can become an enabler of innovation across the business.


16-19 September 2019


8:30 - 17:00


Moscone Center, San Francisco