FiberLight Joins Hand with Carrier-1 to Offer Consistent Fiber Connectivity
ATLANTA, GA: To solve the rising demand of more bandwidth and faster delivery, FiberLight, a provider of fiber optic network solutions, has entered into a partnership with Carrier-1 Data Centers. With this partnership, the companies will be able to offer safe and consistent fiber connectivity to Infomart Dallas. As a key data center facility in the Southern U.S., Infomart Dallas delivers key advantages to the users by ensuring seamless connectivity. With the power of FiberLight, the data center facility can deliver competitive advantage to its customers that include carriers.
Carrier-1 offers consistent raised-floor data center solutions with hundred percent uptime sureties to support its customer’s growth. The services provided by the company are collocation, business continuity center, and current specials.
In addition, the collaboration between the two companies enables Carrier-1 clientele to have varied route to the connectivity hub, and also delivers them the direct access and unlimited connectivity options to network, cloud and Internet Service Providers (ISPs).
“Expanding with FiberLight by adding another route to the Dallas Infomart and 100-plus network providers solidifies our commitment to maintaining 100 percent uptime. FiberLight’s existing infrastructure allows us to easily tie Carrier-1 Data Centers to the hub of nearly all Internet providers in the Dallas market,” quotes Trey Berndt, Executive VP of Carrier-1 Data Centers.
The areas that FiberLight serves are— Education, energy, healthcare, professional services and Government, and also the company upholds over 17,000 backbone access points, and 1,700 on-net locations.
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