Cleareon Fiber Networks to Flourish by Adding Point of Presence in Digital Realty's Colocation Facility
NEW YORK, NY - Cleareon Fiber Networks—city-based service provider of dark fiber networks—has recently declared its network expansion by adding Point of Presence (PoP) in Digital Realty's 111 8th Avenue colocation facility. Newly established PoP will assist customers of Digital Realty in accessing Cleareon's dark fiber network conveniently. Dark fiber network is ready to cross-connect to 100’s of wired and wireless carriers, media companies, clouds, financial networks and content providers.
Cleareon firm is pioneering a new, transparent and straightforward way of doing business by connecting its dense fiber network to New York's preeminent data centers and carrier hotels. From here, customers can access hundreds of service providers in no time.
"Establishing a PoP in Digital Realty's 111 8th Avenue location is a significant milestone for Cleareon," comments Cliff Kane, Co-CEO of Cleareon. "We are raising an ecosystem of connected data centers and carrier hotels and extending the reach of the service provider community to enterprises in New York City and beyond. Digital Realty's vast carrier and enterprise networks assist us continue this growth by providing hassle free connectivity and neutral access to our dark fiber."
"We are pleased to welcome Cleareon Fiber Networks to Digital Realty's list of premier customers and colocation tenants," adds Chris Sharp, Chief Technology Officer and Senior Vice President of Service Innovation, Digital Realty." Digital Realty backs the data center and colocation strategies of more than 1,000 firms across the country. Cleareon boosts our fiber-rich portfolio and brings a great product to the 111 8th Avenue facility."
Near term plans are already in a place to further expand the Cleareon network throughout Manhattan and across the Hudson and East Rivers into New Jersey, Brooklyn and Queens.
Cleareon Fiber Networks would be attending International Telecoms Week (ITW) from May 8 to May 11, 2016 in Chicago, Illinois.
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