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Reliance Globalcom to Expand Global Network Connectivity Infrastructure at Equinix Tokyo

June 21, 2010 by  

Hosting ToolboxTokyo, Japan – Reliance Globalcom, the leading global provider of managed network and communication services for multinational enterprises, and carriers, and Equinix Inc. (Nasdaq: EQIX), a provider of global data center services, today announced that Reliance Globalcom will extend its existing points-of-presence in Japan to include Equinix’s Toyko-2 (TY2) International Business Exchange™ (IBX®)data center. The expansion will enable Reliance Globalcom to improve the cost efficiency and capacity of IPv6-enabled global connectivity services to the 230 countries covered by its network footprint. It will also enable all of Equinix’s Tokyo customers to directly access Reliance Globalcom’s advanced VPLS network.

Reliance Globalcom currently leverages Equinix IBX data centers in Singapore, Frankfurt, Düsseldorf, London, Ashburn and Silicon Valley to achieve optimized performance for its connectivity services throughout the globe. The globally recognized reliability and availability of the Equinix IBX data centers will supplement the reach of Reliance Globalcom’s global infrastructure. Equinix customers out of Japan can now connect directly to Reliance Globalcom’s network with no requirement for third party connections – enabling more secure and efficient global connectivity.


“We recognize that Equinix already hosts a community of financial participants in the world, as well as an increasing number of enterprise and cloud service providers in their data centers, and close synergies exist with these sectors and our global business,” added Owen Best, President Reliance Globalcom Asia. “In addition, by extending the diversity of connectivity access to our global network we provide our customers with the security of service and expanded geographic reach that those businesses increasingly demand.” “Our relationship with Reliance Globalcom, a globally recognized provider in the managed service provision arena, further demonstrates our leadership role in operating state-of-the-art data center infrastructure with operational excellence,” said Kei Furuta, managing director of Equinix in Japan. “Our existing community of international and local networks and carriers can also benefit from more efficient connectivity to Reliance Globalcom’s next generation global network at both of our TY1 and TY2 IBX centers.”

About Reliance Globalcom
Reliance Globalcom, a division of Reliance Communications, spearheads the Global Telecom operations of India’s largest Integrated Telecom Service Provider. Reliance Globalcom brings together the synergies of Reliance Communications’ Global Business encompassing Enterprise Services, Capacity Sales, Managed Services and a highly successful bouquet of Retail products and services comprising of Global Voice, Internet Solutions and Value Added Services. The company serves over 2,100 enterprises, 200 carriers and 2.2 million retail customers in 163 countries across 6 continents.

About Reliance Communications
Reliance Communications Limited founded by the late Shri Dhirubhai H Ambani (1932-2002) is the flagship company of the Reliance Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group. The Reliance Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group currently has a net worth in excess of Rs. 64,000 crore (US$ 13.6 billion), cash flows of Rs. 13,000 crore (US$ 2.8 billion), net profit of Rs. 8,400 crore (US$ 1.8 billion).

About Equinix
Equinix, Inc. (Nasdaq: EQIX) provides global data center services that ensure the vitality of the information-driven world. Global enterprises, content and financial companies, and more than 575 network service providers rely upon Equinix’s insight and expertise to protect and connect their most valued information assets. Equinix operates 87 International Business Exchange™ (IBX®) and partner data centers across 35 metro areas in North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific.

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