Keystone NAP Completes Network Installation With Sunesys And Comcast Business
Network connectivity is designed to provide fiber routes to Mid-Atlantic, Northeast, and Chicago.
Keystone NAP has announced that it has completed its network installation, offering guaranteed network performance to major data centers across nearly 151,000 route miles of fiber. Through direct connectivity with Sunesys and Comcast Business, Keystone NAP provides diverse, carrier-neutral and redundant dark fiber routes to the major peering points in Boston, New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Northern Virginia, and Chicago, in addition to the multi-tenant data centers in these regions.
“Comprehensive connectivity is one of our calling cards,” said Peter Ritz, founder and CEO of Keystone NAP. “Completing these installations with Comcast Business and Sunesys enables us to offer on-network, cross-connects to major peering points all across our market.”
Multiple physical network paths lead to and from the Keystone NAP site, providing redundant fiber points of entrance. Internally, Keystone NAP offers fiber connectivity between Keystone NAP Meet-Me rooms and customer KeyBlocks, the private, pre-fabricated, modular and stackable data center vaults co-developed with Schneider Electric. Keystone NAP’s advanced fiber connectivity enables ultra-low latency to sites located in the Northeast, with synchronous communications to Philadelphia, New York and surrounding areas.
In addition to guaranteed network performance, Keystone NAP provides extreme power durability, robust multi-tenant data center services, high-grade security and massive capacity for future growth.