Comcast Business, a provider of Ethernet, Internet, Wi-Fi, Voice, TV and Managed Enterprise Solutions, has connected its high-speed Ethernet fiber network to Digital Crossroad. The recently commissioned 70,000 square feet data center colocation campus is located in the Indiana/Chicagoland market. Digital Crossroad’s high-capacity infrastructure is engineered to accommodate enterprise and hyperscale customers.
The Comcast Business fiber network provides businesses in the region the opportunity to co-locate their data in this 18MW data center and access “fast, high-bandwidth” connections to their most important assets. Comcast Business’ 100Gbps circuit capacity allows data sharing to bypass multiple stops and connect point-to-point with the Digital Crossroad colocation data center.
Wholesale Colocation, Sustainable
Comcast has solidified their partnership with Digital Crossroad by defining their presence in the company’s data center Meet-Me-Room (MMR). Comcast’s investment will enable 40 additional 100GB circuits on top of the ten 100GB circuits already in place.
“Data centers like Digital Crossroad are playing an increasingly critical role in corporate IT strategies, whether serving as an off-site back-up location or as a host for a variety of business applications,” said Jeff Cobb, Regional Vice President of Comcast Business. “Comcast is proud to invest in Digital Crossroad’s transformative critical infrastructure, which provides our Ethernet customers in Northwest Indiana and around the U.S. with more options for colocation services.”
Digital Crossroad is a wholesale colocation company comprised of industry veterans who are committed to delivering sustainable data center solutions that reduce environmental and economic cost.
“Our mandate at Digital Crossroad is to provide the fastest, most reliable and efficient data center infrastructure for enterprise, cloud and colocation clients,” said Thomas P. Dakich, Managing Member of Digital Crossroad. “Comcast Business not only provides a high-performance connectivity option but helps ensure our infrastructure is scalable and reliable.”