Cogeco Peer 1, a Canada-based, global provider of services including colocation, network connectivity, hosting, and cloud, has expanded the availability of its Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) connectivity services into the United States and Europe.
MPLS technology would enable Cogeco Peer 1’s global customers to build a secured and private ‘any-to-any’ network that connects multiple locations with the lowest latency routes. Thanks to its fully managed and diverse network with over 48,000 km of fiber routes, businesses with multiple locations in multiple countries would also be able to leverage “the power of MPLS.”
“Cogeco Peer 1 MPLS enables businesses globally to leverage the best in cloud, hosting, colocation, managed IT, security and connectivity services together, through a single service provider, on one scalable, easy-to-manage network,” said Bertrand Labelle, Vice President, Marketing and Innovation, Cogeco Peer1. “In a digital age of data-hungry applications and cloud-based technologies, organizations now need powerful connectivity solutions that can keep up with the growing demand for seamless mobility solutions, Internet of Things (IoT) devices and big data analytics capabilities.”
With 16 data centers, an extensive FastFiber Network and more than 50 points of presence (PoPs) in North America and Europe combined, Cogeco Peer 1 is a partner to businesses small, medium and large.
“With 16 data centers, our global FastFiber Network and more than 50 points of presence in North America and Europe combined, our global customers can now do more with the power, reliability, and reach of the Cogeco Peer 1 network,” added Mr. Labelle. “MPLS is a customer’s first step towards true network convergence, offering design flexibility that lets you take advantage of converged data networks that deliver optimal network performance.”