A few other items to note as we hit midweek:
Internap has plans to expand its infrastructure in sunny southern California. They will be expanding their flagship data center in Los Angeles by more than doubling the power capacity to 3.2MW and adding 12,000 square feet of sellable space. DediPath is the anchor tenant for the project, having signed on for a multi-year colo agreement to the tune of 1MW of power. DediPath moved into INAP's NYC data center last year.
EdgeConneX is expanding its reach deeper into Memphis, Tennessee with the help of two partners. The edge data center specialist announced the launch of local cloud on-ramp services to enterprises in the city. They're leveraging the fiber reach of Comcast and the SDN-powered interconnection fabric of Megaport to connect enterprises with all the major cloud platforms.
Seaborn Networks is expanding its solutions portfolio with more IP and Ethernet. The subsea cable operator is now offering IP Transit, Remote Peering, Cloud Connect, and Enterprise DIA as well as E-Line, E-LAN, and E-Tree capabilities across its Seabras-1 cable system between Brazil and the US. That will enable them to compete for a bigger slice of the pie than they could with just capacity of course.
And I missed this one late last week I guess. Zayo picked up a dark fiber deal with another unnamed 'global technology company'. They'll be providing metro dark fiber between data centers out in Chicago, a market in which Zayo has some 1,600 route miles of fiber.
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