Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Pacnet and China Telecom Expand Cloud Connection

China Telecom has established a cloud point-of-presence (PoP) in Pacnet’s Chongqing data center, CQCS1. The Tier III data center facility aims to be a regional cloud hub for southwestern China.

The collaboration expands on the Pacnet and China Telecom June 2013 Master Service Agreement (MSA) to provide IPVPN, Internet and data center services to global enterprise and carrier customers as well as cloud service providers looking to establish or expand their presence in China.

In January 2014, Pacnet enhanced its Wavelength Premium International Private Line (Wave Premium) service for 100G capacity following an upgrade of its undersea cable network.  Pacnet owns and operates Asia’s largest Trans-Pacific and intra-Asia subsea fiber optic cable network that spans 36,800 kilometers and connects to cable landing stations and Points of Presence (PoPs) in key Asian markets including Hong Kong, Singapore and Tokyo. With up to 10.24 Terabytes per second (TBps) of combined design capacity and multiple landing points in most locations, Pacnet provides customers with low latency connectivity and network resilience through increased route diversity.


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