Lam Cloud is inching closer toward its goal of providing a center of network connectivity for New Jersey and its growing data center market.
Sunesys, a leading provider of dark fiber, managed private Ethernet networks and transport, recently announced it signed a deal with Lam Cloud that encompasses the installation of a 10Gbps Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) connection between the company’s headquarters in Cranbury and its colocation facility in Newark.
“Sunesys is thrilled to provide a premier, advanced engineered DWDM optic connection to Lam Cloud,” explains Alan Katz, the company’s Senior Vice President. “The diverse network continues to promote Sunesys’ mission to connect large-scale enterprise clients with top of the line data services. A partnership like this reaffirms our future expansion providing transport throughout the Northeast.”
The fiber optic network gives Lam Cloud the ability to securely obtain additional services such as Internet connectivity between the two facilities, while also enabling carrier diversity and increased reliability for a private network offering.
Home to a premier disaster recovery facility, Lam Cloud’s headquarters offers state-of-the-art services to a wide range of clients, including large enterprises, and a location that is convenient to the New Jersey Turnpike. The 500,000-square foot facility operates more than 4,000 seats, focusing on workplace and disaster recovery, colocation and hosting.
“Lam Cloud is extremely excited to continue its strategic network connectivity expansion with the addition of the Sunesys network at its Cranbury technology campus,” says Lawrence Lam, the company’s President.
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