EXA Infrastructure, the most expansive dedicated digital infrastructure platform connecting Europe and North America, today unveiled a new brand and outlined its intentions to meet rising customer demand for core services after its acquisition by I Squared Capital.
Wholesale and Capacity
United Fiber has been selected by Deutsche Telekom Global Carrier, to provide 100G optical wavelength services outside the Mid-Atlantic I-95 corridor. Deutsche Telekom Global Carrier is the wholesale division of Deutsche Telekom, one of the world’s leading integrated telecommunications companies with award-winning network quality. The fiber route spans from northern New Jersey to the data center capital of the world, Ashburn, Virginia.
LightEdge announced that GI Partners has acquired a controlling interest in the business. GI Partners' investment will support and accelerate the growth of LightEdge.
DE-CIX expands again in North America, adding Phoenix, Arizona (AZ), as its fifth IX in the U.S.. After a year of double-digit growth and expansion in 2020, with the addition of DE-CIX multi-service interconnection platforms in Chicago and Richmond, Phoenix is set to become DE-CIX’s western-most location, fortifying connectivity across the United States while enhancing gateway access between North America, South America, and Europe.
NTT Ltd.’s Global Data Centers division provides a full stack of ICT services and continues to expand its global data center footprint by 20% to build a connected future that will benefit enterprise and hyperscale clients around the world.
Telia Carrier announced that it has expanded its partnership with Flexential, adding a new Point of Presence (PoP) in the Flexential Hillsboro 2 data center in Oregon, bringing improved diversity and high-speed connectivity to content and cloud providers in the Silicon Forest region. Telia Carrier’s expansion in Hillsboro gives customers more options to directly connect in the market avoiding backhaul and latency. Hillsboro continues to grow as a key connection point for subsea cable landings and international traffic from Asia.
Sparkle and Trans Ocean Network, a Panama-based telecommunications company, have agreed to form a strategic joint venture for the construction of an open landing and connectivity center in Panama that would become the digital hub for all Central America, the Andean region, and the Caribbean.
Google will invest an additional $1 billion into its data center operations in New Albany Ohio while buying land in Columbus and Lancaster for more data centers.
Windstream Wholesale began the initial work of adding fiber to three routes on its rapidly expanding transport network connecting various cities in New York, Quebec, Florida, Georgia, North and South Carolina, Oklahoma, and Arkansas.
NTT announced that its Global Data Centers Americas division is building a new data center campus in Phoenix, Arizona slated to open in early 2022. This will be the fourth US market NTT has launched since February 2021, growing its footprint from three to seven campuses.