Here’s a quick rundown of some metro news from this week.
Cleareon continues to roll out its New York metro area presence this. They have established new PoPs in the two Digital Realty data centers NYC2 and NYC3. They had already rolled out a PoP in NYC1 last month. Cleareon has plans to push into New Jersey and other NYC boroughs in the coming quarters.
Unite Private Networks is helping with a network upgrade for one of its longtime customers. Isotech Inc will be getting an Ethernet Private Line solution hooking up three locations in the Kansas City area as well as 1Gbps of internet access.
Down in Virginia, the Richmond Virginia Internet Exchange has revealed a new member. The Roanoke Valley Broadband Authority has hooked up to the exchange. RVBA runs a 47 mile network that just went live this spring, and the connection to RVA-IX gives it direct connectivity to the major CDNs out there. RVA-IX itself is quite young, having just launched last year.
And Zayo has picked up a colo and connectivity customer out in the Midwest. MediaMath will be taking up colo space in the company’s Oak Brook data center (formerly of Latisys) with a 10G wavelength connection over to the peering and interconnection nodes over at the Lakeside Technology Center. MediaMath specializes in digital advertising.
If you haven't already, please take our Reader Survey! Just 3 questions to help us better understand who is reading Telecom Ramblings so we can serve you better!Categories: Interconnection · Metro fiber