Here’s some other news from the start of this week that is worth a look:
Epsilon has been busy on the US east coast this week. On Monday they established interconnection points at NJFX in New Jersey and at 1025Connect on Long Island. And today they did the same thing down in northern Virginia at the LINX NoVA internet exchange, which reaches into CoreSite, Digital Realty, and EvoSwitch facilities in the region. In both cases, Epsilon is making its Infiny on-demand connectivity platform available.
Telia has taken its global backbone down to Central America. The Costa Rican Provider ICE has picked Telia’s network to bring a 100G IP transit service to its customers in Costa Rica and the surrounding countries. Telia’s network reaches down to ICE via the Maya-1 cable system, and will be providing DDoS protection as well.
Interoute has won a new certification for its virtual data center services. After an official audit, they have achieved PCI-DSS 3.2 ccompliance as a level 1 service provider. Interoute’s IaaS offerings span 17 locations around the world, consisting of 13 European locations and nodes in Asia and North America. PCI-DSS aims to improve protections of cardholder data for online transaction security.
And PacketFabric has added connectivity to multiple cloud platforms this week. They have announced the availability of their PacketCOR cloud on-ramp product, which at launch offers connections to the clouds of Amazon, Microsoft, Google, IBM, Packet, and Markley. They’ll be making that access available across the company’s 150 on-net locations in North America.
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