Here's a quick look at a few other bits of news announced down here at Metro Connect in Miami this week:
NJFX has brought another facility online down in Wall, New Jersey. They've got a new 10,000 square foot building aimed at the business continuity market alongside the Tier 3 data center landing station they launched last September. NJFX is now offering licensed seats to metro providers and the financial vertical for added redundancy and continuity.
Global Capacity has introduced a new Ethernet Multi-Cloud Connect service on their One Markeptlace Platform. The offering combines cloud connectivity and Ethernet virtual private lines, leveraging modern interconnection capabilities and software orchestration to more smoothly connect enterprises to the various public clouds out there.
And PacketFabric's platform is coming into better focus. They're using Coriant's Groove G30 DCI platform as part of their SDN-powered network and interconnection platform. PacketFabric launched in January, coming out of stealth with a network spanning some 86 locations in 11 primary markets. We interviewed PacketFabric CEO William Charnock here two weeks ago if you are looking to figure out what they are up to.
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