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Participants to Share Valuable Industry Insights into the Irish Digital Assets Hosting Environment

DUBLIN, Ireland – November 4, 2014 -Host in Ireland, a marketing initiative created to drive interest in hosting digital assets in Ireland, will be hosting “From Electrons to Neurons, Why Hosting Matters to Ireland.” The half-day event, co-located with DataCentres Ireland and Cloud & IT Security Ireland, will be held November 11, 2014 from 1:30 PM – 5:00 PM at The Royal Dublin Society (RDS)on Merrion Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin, Ireland.


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Open–IX Association to Keynote the 6th Annual DatacenterDynamics Converged Toronto Conference

 

 

 

Gabe Cole and Bill Sandiford to Discuss the Open and Neutral Future of Internet Exchanges

 

 

 

CAMBRIDGE, MA, USA – November 3, 2014 – TheOpen-IX Association(OIX), a non-profit industry association formed to promote better standards for data center interconnection and Internet exchanges globally, announces today that the Chair of the Open-IX Data Center Standards Committee,Gabe Cole, and President and Chair of the Canadian Network Operators Consortium (CNOC) Board, Bill Sandiford, will keynote the DatacenterDynamics Converged Toronto Conference, taking place November 6, 2014 at the Eaton Chelsea in Toronto, Canada. 

 

 

 

Mr. Cole and Mr. Sandiford are scheduled to give the keynote presentation entitled The Future of Internet Exchange is Open and Neutralfrom 9:30 AM – 10:20 AM in Hall 1.  The session will explore the emergence and progress of Open-IX, an industry-led initiative of network operators, data and content owners and distributors, and Internet-focused data center owners intended to develop standards for data center-based Internet Exchange Points (IXPs).  Mr. Sandiford and Mr. Cole will also address the growing levels of association support and participation, including identifying OIX-1 and OIX-2 certified Internet Exchange and data centers, respectively, to date.  Discussion points will also includethe acceptance of Open-IX in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) and the Canadian market as a whole, and why this is important to the future of Internet Exchange and data center strategy.

 

 

 

Open-IX is a non-profit association organized and operated by volunteers from the Internet community who aim to increase the reliability, resiliency and competitiveness of massive-scale interconnection for all.  Through broad participation of interconnect and data center professionals, the Association has produced two Internet Exchange and data center consensus-based community standards and certified21 data centers and two exchanges since its inception approximately one year ago.

 

 

 

DatacenterDynamics Converged Toronto is part of the world's largest peer-led data center conference and expo series.  As one of the most important gatherings of data center industry leaders in North America, the event brings together end-users and operators of the world’s largest data centers, C-level executives driving strategic direction of data center policy and investment, and key influencers on tactical decisions including operations, networks, IT applications, facilities, engineering, finance, and real estate.

 

 

 

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The Open-IX Association (OIX) is a non-profit organization, tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(6), created to improve the landscape of Internet peering and massive scale interconnection.  OIX encourages the development of neutral and distributed Internet exchanges while promoting uniform standards of performance for interconnections backed by the Internet community.  The Association aims to promote common and uniform specifications for data transfer and physical connectivity and improve overall Internet performance by developing criteria and methods of measurement to reduce the complexity that restricts massive scale interconnection in fragmented markets.  The OIX Board is comprised of volunteer representatives from the Internet community, including Donald S. Clark, Dan Golding, Martin Hannigan, Keith Mitchell, David Temkin, and Barry Tishgart.  More information about OIX can be found by visiting www.open-ix.org.

 

 

 

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FiberLight Investment in South Florida Network Brings Higher Bandwidth Capabilities for Data-Driven Enterprises

ATLANTA, GA, USA – October 14, 2014FiberLight, LLC, an industry leader in providing high- performance fiber-optic network solutions, today announces a substantial investment in its South Florida fiber optic network, which will be powered by Ciena’s converged packet optical and packet networking platforms.  Once complete, businesses in South Florida will see enhanced benefits from FiberLight’s self-healing network architecture, including higher bandwidth capabilities to meet big data, data mirroring and storage area network demands.

The FiberLight network upgrade announced today will affect 70 percent of FiberLight’s South Florida network, which runs from North Palm Beach to Doral.  When completed in late October, FiberLight’s upgraded South Florida core network will connect to nearly every data center in the region and will feature dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) nodes and Ethernet aggregation switches at six (6) such data centers in Miami – the NAP of the Americas, two Equinix locations, Miami Data Vault, QTS and Peak 10.

“Businesses in the South Florida region now have access to the latest and greatest backbone technology capable of handling all conceivable transport requirements, including large bandwidth needs,” said FiberLight’s Regional Director of Sales, Chris Bradford.  “FiberLight’s investment will support and sustain our customers’ long-term growth as big data and data mirroring trends gain more traction and continue to develop.”


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Global Capacity to Speak on the Transformation of the

 

Ethernet-Enabled Cloud Ecosystem

 

 

 

Chief Revenue Officer Ben Edmond to Present at MEF GEN14

 

Chicago, IL, USA, October 27, 2014 - Global Capacity, the leading network connectivity company, announces that its Chief Revenue Officer, Ben Edmond, will be speaking at the Global Ethernet Networking 2014 (GEN14) conference, to be held November 17-20, 2014 at the Gaylord National in Washington, D.C.  MEF GEN14 is the global gathering of the Carrier Ethernet (CE) community defining the future of network-enabled cloud, data and mobile services powered by the convergence of CE 2.0, Software-defined Networking (SDN) and virtualization technologies.

 

Mr. Edmond will join moderator Stan Hubbard, Chair and GEN14 Program Director, on the panel entitled Executive Perspectives – The Ethernet-Enabled Cloud Ecosystem: Fueling Innovation & Productivity Gains in the Digital Enterprise, taking place Tuesday, November 18, 2014.  Leading Ethernet, connectivity and cloud panel participants will examine Ethernet’s mounting role in accelerating communications-related business transformation and the architectural evolution of the Ethernet-enabled cloud ecosystem.

 

Carrier Ethernet has emerged as the technology of choice for enabling cloud connectivity, fueled by growing bandwidth demand, scalable, high-speed connectivity capability and lower costs per bit than legacy services.  According to researchers at Ovum, the enterprise Ethernet services market will exceed $62 billion by 2018.  That same year, Vertical Systems Group predicts U.S. customer installations of Carrier Ethernet services to top one million ports. 

 

“There is a fundamental shift in where business applications reside, moving outside the traditional four walls of the enterprise to third-party data centers, or the ‘cloud’,” remarks Ben Edmond, Chief Revenue Officer of Global Capacity.  “With this shift, the network becomes an increasingly critical facet in the delivery of the user experience.”

 

As an active member of the MEF, Global Capacity’s commitment to efficient and cost-effective Ethernet connectivity is tightly aligned with the MEF standards, created to define, streamline and standardize processes for buying, selling, delivering and operating Ethernet services.  Global Capacity’s One Marketplaceeliminates the complexity and inefficiency found in the Ethernet access market by combining a physically interconnected and aggregated access network with a Cloud application that automates the procurement connectivity services.  One Marketplace simplifies service delivery ensuring the best client experience by providing customers with a single interface through which to design, price and fulfill multi-network, multi-geography requirements, as well as a single contract SLA, bill and point of contact.

 

To discuss enabling your company’s cloud connectivity,meet with Global Capacity at MEF GEN14.

 

 

 

For MEF GEN14 event registration and other information, see www.gen14.com.

 

 

 

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About Global Capacity 

 

Global Capacity is a network connectivity company that improves the efficiency and reduces the cost of buying access networks globally.  Through its One Marketplace, the company brings together customers and suppliers in an automated platform that provides ubiquitous access network solutions that deliver on its promise of Connectivity Made Simple.  Global Capacity delivers its innovative solutions to telecommunication carriers, managed service providers, system integrators, and large enterprise customers.  Additional information can be found at www.globalcapacity.com or by following Global Capacity on Twitterand LinkedIn.

 

 

 

 

 

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MOD Mission Critical’s Colo by the ‘U’  Now Available in Cologix’s Toronto and Dallas Data Centers

Customers Can Now Benefit from Substantial Cost Savings Offered by MOD’s New Flexible ‘Pay as you Grow’ Colocation Solution

Denver, CO – October 14, 2014MOD Mission Critical(‘MOD’), a network service provider that combines facilities and non-facilities-based assets to deliver comprehensive, mission-critical network solutions, is expanding the availability of its Colo by the ‘U’ service in two Cologix data centers including Toronto (TOR 1) and Dallas (DAL 1).  Through the availability of Colo by the ‘U’ at the 151 Front Street and 1950 Stemmons Freeway INFOMART facilities, customers now benefit from the ability to purchase only the Colocation space they require, resulting in lower costs, increased flexibility and the opportunity to ‘pay as you grow’.

Offering cost-effective Colocation options by a single rack unit – approximately 1.75 inches of vertical cabinet space - Colo by the ‘U’ provides customers with unprecedented scalability.  Colo by the ‘U’  transcends traditional data center and colocation offerings, allowing customization of space requirements based on business’ specific needs without wasting unnecessary space and capital.  In addition to Dallas and Toronto, MOD’s Colo by the ‘U’ is also available in data centers in major cities throughout the world including Ashburn, Atlanta, Los Angeles, Mexico City, New York, Phoenix, San Jose, and Sydney, with future deployments scheduled in Amsterdam, Chicago, Denver, London, Miami, São Paulo, and Seattle.

“Cologix’s Dallas and Toronto data centers meet our superior standards of quality, security, redundancy, space, power density, capacity and availability for our customers’ online applications,” says Scott Charter, Managing Partner at MOD Mission Critical.  “Boasting superior connectivity and vibrant tenant communities, these Cologix locations are ideal for the continued expansion of our Colocation solutions, including Colo by the ‘U’ - which continues to exceed demand.”


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