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CENX Announces New Washington DC Carrier Ethernet Exchange Expansion

March 22, 2011 by · Comments Off on CENX Announces New Washington DC Carrier Ethernet Exchange Expansion 

Hosting ToolboxLAS VEGAS – CENX, Inc., operator of the world’s first and most connected Carrier Ethernet exchange, with more than 15 million accessible ESLs (Ethernet Service Locations), today announced the launching of a new Carrier Ethernet exchange at CoreSite’s (NYSE: COR) Washington DC data center at 1275 K Street. The new Carrier Ethernet exchange is the result of accelerated customer demand and is projected to be operational in Q2 of 2011. With this new exchange, CENX will have 10 operational Carrier Ethernet exchanges in North America, Europe and Asia.

“Our expansion is driven by both customer demand for new locations and customers’ successful use of CENX’s exchanges, as demonstrated by Verizon’s (NYSE: VZ) announcement today of its expansion with CENX to Washington, DC and Los Angeles” said Nan Chen President of CENX. “We are also delighted to bring important Ethernet connections and services to a new set of CoreSite customers. We believe the combination of CENX’s industry-leading Carrier Ethernet exchanges with CoreSite’s Washington, DC interconnection hub creates an ideal environment for the successful development of a significant Carrier Ethernet exchange. Read more

CENX Opens World’s First Carrier Ethernet Exchanges in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago

November 6, 2009 by · Comments Off on CENX Opens World’s First Carrier Ethernet Exchanges in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago 

Webmaster News NEW YORK – CENX, Inc. (Carrier Ethernet Neutral eXchange) announced the world’s first three Carrier Ethernet Exchanges in New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago are open for business. Carrier neutral, co-location/data-center neutral, the CENX Carrier Ethernet Exchanges are accelerating the growth of the Carrier Ethernet market to projected $39b worldwide. Years in the making, CENX innovations address overwhelming technical and business issues that exist around Carrier Ethernet interconnection, and now make interconnect in days not months.

Prior to the launch of CENX exchanges, Carrier Ethernet growth has mostly been confined within each service provider’s footprint. While the need for Carrier Ethernet interconnection has risen rapidly, options have been limited to one-off connections and constrained by extraordinary time and cost, which render most of intended interconnects uneconomical or unfeasible. Read more

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