Bandwidth provider Cogent Communications has extended its network footprint in vXchnge’s data centers across the United States. The carrier-neutral colocation services provider now has a total of nine data centers that benefit from Cogent’s global connectivity.
With this network expansion, businesses in vXchnge’s Pittsburgh, Minneapolis, St. Louis, Philadelphia and Secaucus data centers will join those in vXchnge’s Santa Clara, New York City, Jersey City, and Cleveland colocation facilities. All vXchnge’s data center customers in these regions will now be able to tap into Cogent’s Internet access and data transport services.
“vXchnge’s broad geographic footprint enables Cogent to reach more businesses and continue to offer the high quality services, we have committed to providing to customers,” said Dave Schaeffer, CEO at Cogent Communications. “In addition, vXchnge has a strong record of operational resiliency and quality of service, which is required for us to continue to serve our customers as we do.”
Cogent Communications serves more than 190 markets in 42 countries and is consistently ranked as one of the largest Internet backbones networks in the world. vXchnge’s broad geographic data center footprint puts its colocation customers at ‘the Edge’ – in 15 key locations where they can serve customers locally. These network ‘edges’ would enable customers’ advantages in serving their customers.
“With Cogent’s global network presence in our data centers, we are able to provide our customers access to Cogent’s high quality fiber optic connectivity options from one of the world’s largest ISPs,” said Keith Olsen, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at vXchnge. “vXchnge has a proven track record of supporting global and emerging brands by providing the flexibility, security and operational excellence that enables connectivity between networks, cloud providers and enterprises.”