Domestic interconnection and colocation data center operator, Telx, announced the addition of advanced networking solutions provider, CoreXchange, to its global service provider offerings in Dallas, TX.
The move gives CoreXchange a network point of presence (PoP) at the Telx facility and provides Telx customers with complete access to CoreXchange’s Network Access Exchange (NAE) via a fully managed, single connection. The NAE delivers redundant connectivity to six Tier-1 Internet backbones, including AT&T, Global Crossing, and Level 3.
According to TMNnet, the agreement states "either Telx or CoreXchange can be the single point contact to customers that require a total IT solution comprising of colocation space, interconnections with a wide variety of carrier and business networks, and low latency Internet connectivity. Additionally, CoreXchange’s fully meshed topology creates a network in which each network PoP is connected independently to every other PoP. Company officials said that this enables automatic traffic re-routing in case of a network outage in any point in the network."
Rose Klimovich, Vice President of product development and product management at Telx, said, "by working with CoreXchange in Dallas, Telx can now offer its customers greater bandwidth and a more complete network solution that includes flexible space, interconnection choices, and low latency connectivity."
CoreXchange volleyed back the positive nature of the new relationship with the statement, "by building a relationship with Telx in Dallas, the company can continue to offer industry-leading connectivity along with cost-effective and flexible colocation space."
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