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Wholesale VoIP Provider 360networks Announces Connectivity to San Diego Data Center
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According to company officials, this new data center location provides customers with additional connectivity solutions in support of their cloud services and other end-user applications.
With this new location 360networks now covers over 70 markets within its 22 state coverage area.
"The addition of a carrier with the broad coverage and product portfolio of 360networks is great news for San Diego," said Mark Barlow, chief operating officer of redIT U.S., in a statement.
“We're pleased to have been selected as their San Diego Point of Presence and have already seen significant interest in their services from our customer base," added Barlow.
Steve Cardwell, vice president of sales for 360networks, said that the company will continue to expand its reach by connecting more data centers to the regional backbone network, like the company has done in San Diego, with redIT providing the reliable infrastructure the company needs.
"Anyone seeking connectivity or data center access out of, or into California's largest markets, now has more options," said Cardwell.
360networks converted its Chico optical regeneration site into a point of presence (POP) site, able to support the needs of other customers as well. 360networks offers a full line of fiber broadband solutions, each with the flexibility to support customer's unique capacity, interface, geographic and pricing needs.
The company's fiber broadband solutions include dedicated Ethernet, switched Ethernet, optical, wavelengths, SONET and IP services, the company stated in a press release.
Anil Sharma is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of his articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Carrie Schmelkin