Colocation America, a leading colocation server hosting company, announced its global communications network with its greatest quality connectivity yet. Colocation America routes the majority of its national and international communications through its One Wilshire (Los Angeles) and 60 Hudson (New York City) data centers, preeminent hubs for international communication.
“One Wilshire and 60 Hudson are two of the world's leading connection points and with Colocation America’s premium bandwidth blend of over 55% peering in these facilities, our global reach is immediate and secure,” says Michael Trunkett, President of Colocation America. “Over 10 years of experience in providing exceptional colocation hosting services has gained the confidence and satisfaction of our clients and that is something of which we are very proud of.”
The improved data transit times for colocation hosting providers with network peering relationships is due to direct connections between carriers, as opposed to routing through other routing protocols.
Colocation America's private peering network at the One Wilshire and 60 Hudson data centers ensures instant connectivity for the hosting services that they provides.
The stability of Colocation America’s carrier-neutral facilities arise from the direct peering arrangements they have with other leading network providers. Colocation America has achieved 55% peering in its data centers, resulting in a balanced network with instant connectivity and 100% uptime for its colocation hosting and dedicated server hosting clients.
“The combination of premier infrastructure, strategic market location, and extensive data backup features makes our Los Angeles and New York hubs the top choices for reaching the East Coast, West Coast, Pacific Rim, and other local and global markets,” says Trunkett.
Colocation America Announces Connectivity at Los Angeles and New York Data Centers
July 6, 2010