WBS Connect, a Colorado-based global technology services company, has expanded its worldwide footprint to include such cities as Hong Kong, London, New York and Los Angeles through a collaboration with Tata Communications,
Tata Communications, a leading provider of worldwide communications uses a global 10G backbone, which WBS Connect plans to take advantage of during the first two quarters of 2009. Thanks to this collaboration, WBS Connect will now be connected to one of the large Tier 1 global backbones in the world which boasts more than 85 IP pops location in 27 countries.
Tata Communications is a member of the $62.5 billion Tata Group. Tata Communications’ range of services include transmission, IP, converged voice, mobility, managed network connectivity, hosting and storage, managed security, managed collaboration and business transformation for global enterprises and service providers, as well as Internet, retail broadband and content services for Indian consumers.
About WBS Connect
WBS Connect is a privately-held provider of global technology services. The company was founded in 2003 by managing partners Scott Charter and Mike Hollander. It leverages multi-gigabit commitments with IP transit carriers to offer high bandwidth Internet connections and data networking services worldwide. WBS Connect also offers data center colocation, expert managed network services, high definition video conferencing, and cloud computing services. They have a presence in over 300 carrier-neutral data centers across the world, and have access to over 70,000 network nodes.
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