Scottsdale-based Trapp Technology, a provider of IT, Internet, and cloud hosting solutions, has expanded Phoenix NAPs’ solutions portfolio with its scalable Blended Bandwidth solution designed for customers that require secure, fast, and dedicated bandwidth in rates of 10Mbps and above. The Blended Bandwidth solution is now available in Phoenix NAP’s Phoenix-based colocation data center through Trapp’s active point-of-presence (POP).
As a result of this new carrier relationship, existing and prospective Phoenix NAP colocation customers are now able to leverage Trapp’s strategic relationship with over 70 U.S. and international carriers to customize their Internet blend for optimal server performance.
“Phoenix NAP is well-recognized in Arizona as an authentic, client focused colocation facility that offers advanced technology solutions to their mid-size to enterprise level customers,” said David Trapp, CEO of Trapp Technology. “Trapp is delighted to expand Phoenix NAPs’ innovative solutions portfolio with our premier, ultra-reliable, and highly scalable Blended Bandwidth designed for business customers who can’t afford costly downtime.”
For Phoenix NAP’s local and national business clientele, Trapp Technology’s BGP Blended Bandwidth solution would offer no route preference, no oversubscription, and no single-points of failure through a multi-carrier Internet blend that reduces latency and guarantees 100% network uptime.
“Connectivity is more important than ever in today’s environment,” said Ian McClarty, president of Phoenix NAP. “The addition of Trapp Technology’s services into our Phoenix colocation facility will help enable businesses of all sizes reach their customers, and do so with high degrees of efficiency. We are happy to have Trapp offer its solutions out of our meet-me room and look forward to the future.”
Phoenix NAP is a global IT services provider offering Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) solutions from locations worldwide. The company’s solutions include bare metal servers, cloud hosting, hardware leasing, game servers and colocation.