Tuesday, November 6, 2012

CenturyLink Builds Presence in CoreSite Data Centers

CenturyLink is extending its full suite of voice and IP services into five additional CoreSite data centers across the U.S.  Currently, CenturyLink offers voice and IP services in multiple CoreSite facilities in Chicago; Los Angeles; San Jose; Denver; Milpitas, CA; and New York.

CenturyLink ranks as the third largest telecommunications company in the United States and is a leader in cloud infrastructure and hosted IT solutions for enterprise customers.  By expanding in the CoreSite data centers, colocation customers will have in-building access to CenturyLink's Internet and MPLS, metro and long-haul private lines, 100 Mbps to 10 Gbps connections, burstable or static bandwidth, and voice and IP services.

Separately, CoreSite announced that Global Telecom & Technology (GTT) has agreed to extend its backbone network into ten CoreSite data centers. GTT provides one of the world's most extensive networks across North America, Europe, and Asia, offering Ethernet transport, nLayer IP Transit, cloud connectivity, collaborative networking, and global peering. As a result of the network upgrade into the new data centers, GTT will peer on Any2, the nation's second largest peering exchange, operated by CoreSite. GTT will also provide seamless access to CoreSite's Open Internet Exchange, including connections to AMS-IX, DE-CIX, and NYIIX through CoreSite locations.



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