March 12, 2013
Open Data Centers Facility Offers Connection to Sunesys Network
By Meenakshi Shankar
Sunesys has announced that its highly reliable network is now available from Open Data Centers’ facility.
Sunesys is a subsidiary of Quanta Services and a specialized contracting services company, delivering infrastructure network solutions for the electric power, natural gas and pipeline – and telecommunications industries.
Open Data Centers is a carrier-neutral data center operator in New Jersey and New York City, offering alternative connectivity options for carriers, service providers and enterprise customers. Piscataway, NJ serves as the location for carrier Points of Presence (POP) in the New York metro market.
As indicated, Open Data Centers’ facility for both lit and dark fiber solutions will now serve the Southern NJ, Philadelphia, PA, Maryland and Delaware markets.
“Our objective in creating Open Data Centers was to create an ecosystem of carriers, service providers and end-users that benefit from a friendly, highly stable operating environment,” Erik Levitt, chief executive officer at Open Data Centers, said in a statement.
“By adding Sunesys to our data center, we have greatly enhanced our platform and are excited about the breadth of communications options that Sunesys provides,” Levitt added.
Open Data Centers provides access to a wide variety of network providers through its managed meet-me-room facilities. Without any monthly recurring cross-connect fees, customers gain access to providers whose network reach goes North, South, East and West from each point surrounding the Piscataway area.
Open Data Centers’ carrier-neutral connectivity facility is believed to offer a network-rich environment for higher education, healthcare, enterprise and wholesale carrier verticals.
“With solutions ranging from 1Gbps to 100Gbps, we are proud to offer Sunesys’ robust layer 2 network connectivity as dedicated fiber strands or lit solutions to customers seeking colocation and data center services from Open Data Centers,” stated Larry Coleman, president of Sunesys.
Coleman also emphasized Open Data Centers’ simple provisioning and robust facility as an ideal connection to the Sunesys Northeast network of over 5,400 miles in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland and Delaware.
Edited by Braden Becker
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