Carrier Diversity Means Fast Service

  • 5 Data Centers Strategically Located Throughout the United States
  • Multiple Paths To & From our Data Centers
  • Redundant Connectivity
  • VPN & MPLS Available
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If you’ve ever been stuck in a traffic jam, you understand just how important it is to have another route available.  The Internet is no different.  Just like highways, certain Internet routes can become congested slowing down you connection.  And just like the highway system, different Internet Service Providers (or carriers) take different routes to get you to the same place.  And because we have multiple providers, this ensures that your traffic will never slow down on its way to and from our cloud.

In the event of a closed or slow “road” traffic will be re-routed automatically to another of our providers ensuring you remain operational and fast.

Level 3 Communications

Level 3 Communications® is an international communications company, headquartered in Broomfield, CO. Level 3 is one of only six Tier 1 Internet providers in the world. Ranked as one of the most connected Internet Service Providers (ISPs), their expanding assets have solidified their position as one of the largest IP transit networks in North America and Europe.

View Level 3’s Network Map HERE

Telia Carrier

From startup to Fortune 500. Our network can take you virtually anywhere. As we say in our carrier declarations: If you are serious about quality of service, you own your network end to end.

We were the first backbone to offer 100Gb/s connectivity in both Europe and North America. In fact we were one of the first to build our own network. In 1998 we started by connecting London to Paris and have expanded ever since. Today we operate one of the top two global fiber backbones.

View Telia Carrier’s Network Map HERE

Cogent Communications

Cogent is a multinational Tier 1 Internet Service Provider consistently ranked as one of the top five networks in the world. Our primary service offering consists of Internet access and data transport, offered over our award-winning fiber optic, IP data-only network, along with colocation in any of our 53 Internet data centers. We service two customer segments: “Corporate” (small businesses to Fortune 100 companies) and “NetCentric” (Carriers / Service Providers and Application / Content Providers, whose businesses rely primarily on Internet access).

View Cogent’s Network Map HERE

Comcast Fiber

Comcast’s Ethernet Dedicated Internet (EDI) Service provides a reliable, simpler, more flexible, and higher bandwidth options than T1 or SONET-based dedicated Internet access services. The service is offered with a 10Mbps, 100Mbps, 1Gbps or 10Gbps Ethernet User-to-Network Interface (UNI) in speed increments from 1Mbps to 10Gbps subject to available capacity.

The service provides an Ethernet Virtual Connection (EVC) from the customer premises location to a Comcast Internet Point of Presence (POP) router.

View Comcast’s Fiber Network Map HERE

Verizon Enterprise

An IT initiative is only as strong as the network it runs on. And when it comes to networks, we have one of the most reliable and secure in the world. Connect your systems, machines, information, ideas and people across the globe. Accelerate business growth, enable innovation and transform the way you work. Our global, IP-based network gives you the foundation to support your business, wherever it takes you.

GTT Communications

GTT provides the fastest and most reliable Internet experience available anywhere. We own and operate AS3257, one of the top five Tier 1 IP networks in the world, providing the scalability and network reach that organizations need to connect globally.

Our Internet portfolio was built to meet the diverse needs of our multinational client base and includes IP Transit, Dedicated Internet Access (DIA) and Broadband Internet services.

Bandwidth-intensive services and applications are core to global business. GTT’s suite of Optical Transport services provides highly scalable bandwidth and low latency connectivity, enabling seamless transport of high volume data and cloud-based applications between financial markets, data centers and media hubs around the world.

View GTT’s Network Map HERE

InterNap Data Center Interconnection

Connecting infrastructure environments with customers and business partners can be challenging and costly. INAP’s Interconnection Services offer a flexible approach that considers geographically dispersed audiences, disparate applications and competing business requirements.

Backed by our Performance IP™ service with Managed Internet Route Optimizer™ technology, our data center interconnection service leverages multiple carriers to ensure that your applications and traffic are delivered over the best-performing Internet path at all times.

Zayo

Zayo is a top-performing IP services provider. Our carrier-grade IP network provides customers in eight countries and 46 U.S. states with broad market coverage, a deep metro footprint and vast data center connectivity. Plus, we own the underlying infrastructure, which allows us to quickly and efficiently scale as network demand reaches 50% capacity.

View Zayo’s Network Map HERE

AT&T

Having a network that can outsmart breaches is especially important for industries that hold or transmit private customer information. Ring architectures are known for their reliability and performance, and security is the number one value in any optical transport network. With AT&T ring services and a dedicated optical transport network, you’ll get innate private data transport and mission critical data protection.

XO Communications

In the U.S., XO Communications owns and operates one of the largest IP and Ethernet networks. The company has a long history of innovation, including the first 100G (gigabits per second) coast-to-coast network.

XO offers maximum coverage, performance and scalability through our nationwide and metro networks and global reach.

View XO’s Network Map HERE