New partnership sees IATA take flight in the Interoute cloud

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Interoute will become the hosting and managed services provider for a critical set of IATA’s Industry Settlement Systems and Services, as well as delivering DDoS protection and security consultancy. Interoute Virtual Data Centre (VDC) will enable IATA to sustain its critical applications and systems providing settlement services for airlines across the globe.

IATA is a not-for-profit organisation, currently representing some 265 airlines worldwide, which equates to 83 per cent of total air traffic. From its offices in 53 countries around the world, IATA works with its members to make air transport safer, more profitable and efficient through the implementation of global standards and solutions. As part of its remit to serve the air transport industry, IATA develops and operates many critical financial systems and applications.

Interoute will host IATA’s Europe operations in its Geneva and Zurich VDC zones.

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