OTTAWA, September 13, 2011 – Solace Systems, a leading provider of hardware-based middleware, today announced that bet365, a world leading eGaming company has selected its Unified Messaging Platform to transfer data across its global network. The implementation of the traffic layer is the latest building block in the execution of bet365’s on-going cloud strategy. The scale and global reach of bet365’s operation requires a secure, high performance, bandwidth efficient means of sharing critical data between its network of datacenters. In addition, the low latency delivered by Solace’s Unified Messaging Platform ensures that data can be transferred extremely quickly.
“Customer service is a top priority for bet365, ” said Chris Tolson, chief network architect at bet365. “To meet the high operational standards we set for ourselves, it’s critical we can respond to requests from our users quickly and efficiently, no matter where they are in the world. Solace’s Unified Messaging Platform provides us with a highly available service that enables us to transfer data in close to real-time speeds.”
bet365 is a leader in the eGaming industry and a driving force in the development of enterprise and internet technology. Established by Denise Coates in 2000 from a portable building in Stoke-on-Trent, the company has grown into a global operation that employs over 1, 400 people and is live in 17 languages.
“We are pleased to be working with bet365, an innovative market leader in the exciting growth market of online gaming, ” said Craig Betts, CEO of Solace Systems. “Our hardware-based middleware is uniquely capable of meeting their requirements for on-demand, highly elastic global infrastructure, and we look forward to being a part of their continued success.”