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Hurricane Electric Announces Second European Network Expansion in Two Months with Connection to Equinix Paris Exchange

May 5, 2011 by · Comments Off on Hurricane Electric Announces Second European Network Expansion in Two Months with Connection to Equinix Paris Exchange 

Webmaster ToolboxParis – Hurricane Electric, the world’s largest IPv6-native Internet backbone and colocation provider, announced that it has connected to the Equinix Paris Exchange.

The expansion will enable Hurricane Electric to improve fault tolerance, load balancing and congestion management infrastructure capabilities in its next-generation IP access services.  It will also enable Equinix customers to directly exchange IP traffic, or “peer,” with Hurricane Electric’s global Internet backbone. Read more

Cogent POP Opens in Colo@ Facility

April 15, 2011 by · Comments Off on Cogent POP Opens in Colo@ Facility 

Hosting ServicesAtlanta, GA – Colocation facility provider, Colo@ is proud to announce that bandwidth provider Cogent has opened a POP in one of Colo@’s Atlanta facilities. The colocation facility at 34 Peachtree St. in Atlanta, Georgia, will house Cogent’s latest POP. This will open up yet more bandwidth in an already extremely connected facility.

Colo@ will be able to offer even more options for point to point connectivity between their other facilities in Atlanta, Los Angeles, Clifton, Dallas, and Phoenix. Cogent’s new POP adds another diverse fiber path to the 34 Peachtree facility to aid with redundancy and connection security. Read more

Hurricane Electric Establishes PoP in VegasNAP Las Vegas Colocation Facility

March 3, 2011 by · Comments Off on Hurricane Electric Establishes PoP in VegasNAP Las Vegas Colocation Facility 

Hosting BlogLas Vegas, NV – VegasNAP, LLC, a premier provider of colocation, disaster recovery, and managed IT services based in Las Vegas, Nevada, today announced that Hurricane Electric, the world’s largest IPv6-native Internet backbone and a leading global network services provider has established a Point-of-Presence (PoP) within the VegasNAP datacenter facility.

“Now that Hurricane Electric is operating a PoP in our Las Vegas colocation facility, both our clients as well as other local and regional businesses have the unique opportunity to connect directly to one of the top-ranked global Internet backbones. Clients within our facility will now be able to access Hurricane Electric’s network with a simple cross connect, and any businesses that wish to connect that do not have a presence at VegasNAP can do so using one of the numerous transport providers that are available at our facility. This new PoP is a big step in our goal to become the primary network access point (NAP) for Southern Nevada,” stated Rob Tyree, VegasNAP’s Chief Technology Officer. Read more

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