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Neutrona Networks Enables True Diversity for the LATAM Market PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 31 July 2019 09:00


Neutrona Networks, a managed network service provider, bringing a greater experience of connectivity to Latin America (LATAM) has now established a POP in New Jersey. This PoP will further reinforce the idea of true diversity, by providing options that bypass the congested Florida region in route to LATAM. “By being a part of the NJFX ecosystem, we are able to extend our connectivity solutions for Latin America, as well as the Caribbean,” commented Luciano Salata, president and co-founder of Neutrona Networks.

This is especially important for financial firms as well as enterprises who are looking for managed connectivity to public clouds and can easily leverage the SDN-ready network. Using every available asset, including carrier networks and subsea cables, Neutrona has integrated a secure wide area network (WAN) for the region.

The new PoP at NJFX reinforces the idea that true diversity is crucial in the era of Digital Transformation & Cloud Adoption. Neutrona Networks is a Software Defined Digital Provider (SDDP) with 20 years of experience in the Americas’ region. Its network is built on top of every submarine cable system and terrestrial fiber ring in LATAM, monitored and managed by its own SDN solution. It has a direct presence in more than 15 countries, offering access to every city throughout LATAM region via its extensive network of interconnections with local ISPs and direct connectivity to the main Cloud Service Providers, such as Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, Oracle Cloud, IBM Cloud, among others. The US landing point offers access to five subsea cable systems, including Havfrue/AEC2, which connects the US to Northern Europe and the Seabras cable providing direct access to Brazil.