EdgeConneX® has announced its continued partnership with Community IX. Community IX’s Miami-based Internet Exchange, FL-IX, will build a connectivity node into EdgeConneX’s Miami-01 Edge Data Center® (EDC). Purpose-built to provide customers with fastest and most secure facility for delivery of content and applications, the 32,000-sq-ft EDC provides its customers with the lowest latency options available.

With 80-plus unique networks accessible over FL-IX, it reaches more data centers in a metro area than any other Internet Exchange. FL-IX offers a fully redundant switching fabric with near-perfect uptime availability. Since the establishment of FL-IX, they have experienced over 200Gbps of peak traffic after only two years. FL-IX will allow ISPs, content providers, and enterprises to quickly, cost-effectively and easily exchange IP traffic at several sites in the greater Miami metro area. This expansion provides ECX customers the opportunity to be cost-effective in their peering strategy throughout the Southeast.

“Following our recent announcement about deploying CIX-ATL into the EdgeConneX Atlanta Edge Data Center, we are eager to deploy FL-IX in their Miami-01 facility,” notes Dave Temkin, chairman of the board, Community IX. “This partnership greatly expands peering in the greater Miami metro area and allows EdgeConneX customers to quickly, cost-effectively and easily exchange IP traffic.”

“EdgeConneX is excited continue our relationship with Community IX, announcing continued peering opportunities with FL-IX from our Miami-01 Edge Data Center,” says Clint Heiden, chief commercial officer, EdgeConneX. “It’s our continued goal to offer a wide range of advanced interconnection opportunities with exceptional connectivity services at every Edge Data Center in our global portfolio.”