Telxius, the infrastructure company of the Telefónica Group managing an international network of 87,000 km of high capacity fiber optic submarine cables, with over 16,700 telecommunications towers in six countries, has established presence at phoenixNAP’s flagship data center in Phoenix.
Telxius’ infrastructure connects principal exchange points in the U.S., Latin America, Europe, and Africa. Being a Tier 1 ISP, Telxius would provide quality Internet Transit to the customers in phoenixNAP’s flagship data center. phoenixNAP provides cloud infrastructure, dedicated servers, colocation, and specialized Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) technology solutions to customers globally. Through phoenixNAP’s global data center network, Telxius would further improve its connectivity to support a growing needs for high-speed network services.
“The establishment of Telxius will provide our clients with access to additional global fiber routes for minimized latency and ultra-high performance,” said Ian McClarty, president at phoenixNAP. “As an infrastructure company, Telxius will significantly boost our capacity to support global businesses and organizations that handle latency-sensitive or demanding cloud applications. We are excited about this collaboration and are looking forward to developing a closer business relationship with Telxius.”
phoenixNAP’s carrier-neutral data center in Phoenix would enable organizations to directly connect to over thirty major network, bandwidth, and telecom providers in the world, including AWS Direct Connect. With such diverse carrier options and strategically positioned global nodes, phoenixNAP is one of the major interconnectivity hubs in Phoenix. Its strategic location, expert staff, and modern facility were some of the main reasons why Telxius selected it for its expansion.
“phoenixNAP offers us resources to establish our presence in an area that is strategic for us in order to better serve the US West Coast and Latin America as well as adding new points of presence to our global network of advanced IP, capacity, and colocation services,” said Enrique Valdés, VP of Sales, Northern Region, Telxius. “We will closely work with their expert staff on promoting new interconnection opportunities, network security, and data center resilience incorporating subsea enablement.”