Lam Cloud has announced the completion of a lateral 10G DWDM network extension to the Lam Cloud Technology Campus, a critical development in partnership with Sunesys, LLC. The companies initially announced their strategic alliance in January 2014, heralding a new 10G DWDM fiber network connection from Lam Cloud’s central headquarters in Cranbury, NJ to the 165 Halsey Newark colocation center.
With the construction of Sunesys’ own fiber path, which now connects Lam Cloud’s New Jersey headquarters at 1 Farr View Drive, Cranbury, NJ to 165 Halsey Street, Newark, NJ, Lam Cloud is able to expand the portfolio of carriers available to its customers. The network also serves as a conduit for carrier diversity, offering virtually unlimited capacity as well as a diverse and unique entry path ensuring reliability and access to a wide range of additional services.
“The completion of this network build-out to Lam Cloud’s Technology Campus is an important milestone, substantially increasing bandwidth capabilities. Once fully operational, we will be able to provide the nearby community with ample bandwidth through our data center, lowering Internet connectivity costs and upgrading customers’ legacy connectivity by way of Sunesys’ expansive network,” comments Michael Casteñada, director of IT at Lam Cloud. “With an extended PoP in Newark, customers throughout Northern New Jersey now gain easier access to enhanced, critical network connectivity, enabling the ability to procure additional communications solutions while receiving a superior customer experience.”
Sunesys owns and operates extensive regional fiber networks in major metropolitan areas across the U.S. As a leading provider of premium bandwidth services and private fiber optic networks, Sunesys offers Ethernet and private wavelength networks, dark fiber and Internet services.
“We are pleased to announce another quality addition to our state-of-the-art Sun Tran Data Center Network with Lam Cloud in the Central / Southern New Jersey region. With the addition of Lam Cloud’s facility, Sunesys adds a state-of-the-art Technology Campus to its ever-increasing list of IT infrastructure partnerships. Our unique path into 1 Farr View Drive gives customers and prospects a redundant pathway into the facility and access to 60+ data centers already available on the Sunesys network,” states Larry Coleman, president of Sunesys. He continues, “Ongoing partnerships with quality providers like Lam Cloud allow us to expand into new offerings including our private managed Ethernet networks (SunEP), dedicated wavelength solutions (SunWave), as well as SunIP Internet services.”
This article was originally posted “Lam Cloud And Sunesys Achieve Milestone In 10G DWDM Connection Project” from Cloud Strategy Magazine.