IFN now has a PoP within one of the world’s largest data center facilities, with access to more than 35 of the top domestic and international carriers.
Indianapolis, Indiana (PRWEB) September 19, 2014
Indiana Fiber Network, LLC (IFN), the leading Indiana statewide Network Service Provider, announces the expansion of its Fiber Transport Services, adding Point of Presence (PoP) at 350 East Cermak in Chicago. By establishing a PoP at Cermak, IFN enables interconnect opportunities for Carriers, Service Providers, and Enterprise organizations looking for high bandwidth fiber transport service to US and Global Carriers.
According to IFN Vice President of Sales and Marketing August Zehner, establishing a PoP at Cermak in Chicago is a significant step in IFN's strategy to construct a regionally-diverse footprint to support the growing and evolving connectivity needs of organizations seeking redundancy for their head-end network access. "Cermak is at the heart of telecommunication access facilities for the Midwest, and a significant communications hub and distribution point for IP traffic. IFN’s PoP at Cermak, leverages our state-of-the-art network and provides high bandwidth fiber transport options to Carrier and Enterprise customers alike,” said Zehner.
Kelly Dyer, IFN President and CEO said: “IFN now has a PoP within one of the world’s largest data center facilities, with access to more than 35 of the top domestic and international carriers. This enables IFN to be more responsive to customer’s telecommunication needs, and to offer more competitive options to clients, not just in the U.S., but globally as well.”
Indiana Fiber Network, LLC (IFN) was formed in March of 2002, whose ownership is comprised by 20 local exchange telephone companies throughout the state. They offer data center, Internet backbone, and data transport services over state-of-the-art Ethernet, CDWM, DWDM, and SONET fiber networks, with service in the State of Indiana and throughout the US, via a network of national carrier partners.
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For more information, please visit IFN’s website at http://www.ifncom.net or call (317) 280-4636.