Peak 10 + ViaWest Launches 100 Gigabit Network Connectivity Across America

Peak 10 + ViaWest has launched a new core network backbone featuring 100 Gigabit (Gb) connectivity across nine of its data center and cloud node locations in the United States.

This 100Gb backbone increases the company’s network capacity by five times and provides customers with network options and interconnection capabilities that extend to hundreds of global carrier offerings.

The 100Gb connectivity now connects data centers and cloud nodes in Salt Lake City, Las Vegas, Denver, Dallas, and Portland, Ore., and points of presence (POPs) in key carriers hotels in Chicago, New York and Ashburn, Va. Later this fall, the 100Gb network backbone will be extended to data centers in Atlanta, Charlotte, Raleigh, and Louisville.

“As we continue to come together as one entity, our combined resources and network offerings will help our customers grow their businesses and manage increasingly complex network requirements,” said Chris Downie, CEO of Peak 10 + ViaWest. “Our 100 Gigabit network is truly differentiated, highly redundant and designed for 100% uptime. Customers can use it to connect to more than 80 direct carrier or peering infrastructures within our data centers, as well as gain access to hundreds of carriers and hyperscale cloud providers like AWS, Azure and Google, among others.”

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