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Month: May 2012

AboveNet Selects Ancotel’s Frankfurt Data Center for Pan-European Ethernet Expansion

by Rita Nolan, Media Relations Manager, iMiller Public Relations ancotel has announced that AboveNet has selected its Kleyer90 data center in Frankfort, Germany as its new hub to reach markets across Europe and beyond. Kleyer90 is Europe’s largest and most global data center facility. It serves a wide variety of enterprises and over 400 providers of cloud, content delivery, hosting, VOIP and broadband services. Kleyer90 is also an important connection point between Eastern and Western Europe. Most of its traffic flows outside of Germany, providing services to customers in over 63 countries. Frankfort’s position as a major international center...

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ancotel provides seamless global Ethernet connectivity solutions and expansion to AboveNet

ancotel GmbH continues making global news.  In their release today, they announced that their vmmr.® platform selected by AboveNet for Ethernet Expansion.  AboveNet will be receiving seamless Ethernet connectivity solutions around the world through the german based interconnection company. With this new alliance, Abovenet gains access to ancotel’s Kleyer90.®, Europe’s largest and most interconnected data center facility.  This means they will have access to more than 440 service providers representing over 63 countries.  AboveNet is going global, with reach throughout ancotel’s international marketplace that serves all types of carriers and providers including VoIP providers, broadband providers, hosting companies, content...

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Northeast Co-location Market

Originally posted on WiredRE Group’s Blog Written by Lisa Huff Many other analyst firms claim that demand outstrips supply in the data center co-location market. The fact is that this may be true in some regions, but is absolutely false in others. Gone are the days when telecom and co-location providers say “build it and they will come.” All have taken the modular approach – do NOT build unless you have at least an anchor tenant or more likely, several contracted customers. However, there are still pockets of capacity that were built just before the recession that remain vacant,...

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Global Capacity expands network reach of One Marketplace Access Exchange with DBR360’s 360Exchang

This morning, Global Capacity and DBR360 announced that they are joining forces and extending Global Capacity’s telecommunications network reach.  This is exciting news!  The two companies found sympatico by extending Telecommunications Network Reach without capital investment or term commitments. Considered the leading Network as a Services (NaaS) provider for enterprises and carriers, DBR360 is providing immediate access to their 360Exchange‘s national footprint.  This greatly benefits Global Capacity’s One Marketplace Access Exchange by connecting their latest pricing tool with a protected network architecture supporting a number of technologies, such as SONET, SDH and Ethernet.  With this new deal, Global Capacity’s...

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Intelligent Investment: A Sidera Network Strategy

Sidera Networks, the premier provider of tailored, high capacity communications services, comprehensive facility-based network services, and superior industry expertise, is banking on intelligent investment in key markets. The company’s new President, Clint Heiden, formerly of PAETEC and Intellifiber, says their strategy lies in expanding and complementing their current assets to drive additional verticals, products, and density. Another vital component to their strategy is to diversify fiber paths between Northern Virginia and New York, and to have the ability to bypass key network congestion points in and around New York and DC. In addition, Heiden says Sidera will utilize its...

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Michael Sicoli, CEO of Sidera, to Discuss the Growth and Future of Fiberoptic Networks at Monday’s Jeffries Global Telecom Conference

Michael Sicoli, CEO of Sidera Networks will participate in a panel discussion at Monday’s  2012 Global Technology, Internet, Media & Telecom Conference,   organized by Jeffries, “the global investment banking firm.” The four-day event will feature discussions and presentations by over 250 thought leaders from leading telecom, internet, media and other technology providers. An international crowd of over 1000 institutional investors, private equity and venture capital firms will be in attendance to gauge trends and developments and evaluate investment opportunities in these technology areas. Mike Sicoli will be part of an hour-long panel titled “Growth in Fiber Networks”. Offering...

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Cross River Fiber Promotes New Routes

When milliseconds can win or lose a company millions of dollars, speed counts. Cross River Fiber has just announced an extremely attractive offer for its express, New Jersey-based, Dark Fiber routes.  In conjunction with their participation at International Telecoms Week (ITW), the company is offering an exclusive 2 for 1 special on four new routes from key data centers to New Jersey’s premiere carrier hotel, 165 Halsey Street. The promotion will allow companies to mix and match from the routes included in the promotion according to their needs. Included in the bundled dark fiber promotion are the following four...

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Future Proofing Data Centers

How do companies’ future proof data centers when the future hasn’t happened yet?   Infrastructure companies that focus on elite engineering of major facilities face an array of issues.  It’s the compilation of experience and execution that can make a data center future proof.  Take into consideration Deerns consulting, which specializes, in energy efficient design of critical operation facilities such as airports, data centers, hospitals, and Level 4 biohazard labs and clean rooms. This presentation is a clear explanation on how Deerns suggests and implements engineering solutions that ‘future proof’ data centers.  Share your thoughts and feedback here.  For more...

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