Sunesys Completes Diverse Fiber Connection for Diocese of Trenton’s 1Gbps Managed WAN

Sunesys brings geographic diversity to Diocese of Trenton's 1Gbps private Ethernet WAN solution, securing network uptime and increased reliability.

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Sunesys & Diocese of Trenton
The original Sunesys connection gave us the simple and reliable transport we needed. Add in a more comprehensive layer with geographic network diversity, and we can guarantee a solution that makes our day-to-day activity seamless.

Warrington, PA (PRWEB) April 28, 2014

Sunesys, LLC, a leading provider of private fiber optic networks, is pleased to announce the completion of a new point-to-point gigabit Managed Private Ethernet connection for The Catholic Diocese of Trenton.

In 2012, Sunesys first worked with the Diocese to provide a dedicated 1Gbps private Ethernet connection between the Diocesan Pastoral Center and a Philadelphia based data center. The newly installed fiber links the same buildings, but is diversely routed from the existing connection. This diverse route eliminates potential for single points of failure producing a network environment that is best in class for reliability.

Prior to contacting Sunesys, the Diocese was operating over an existing 10Mbps MPLS connection that could not sufficiently support the Diocese Communications division’s use of several radio and video programs to educate the populace. These programs are a foundation of the diocese’s religious teachings and are made available worldwide. The combination of the extremely large video and radio data files, coupled with content streaming, created a need for an upgrade to the network infrastructure the Diocese had been using. The Sunesys solution supplies the necessary bandwidth and increased reliability to efficiently handle the Diocese’s offsite storage. It also allows access for wholesale service providers to layer over specific applications across the Diocese’s network. Additionally, with the newly acquired geographic diversity, network downtime is at a minimum.

Anthony DeLorenzo, the Associate Director for the Diocese’s Department of Computer Services explains, “The original Sunesys connection gave us the simple and reliable transport we needed. Add in a more comprehensive layer with geographic network diversity, and we can guarantee a solution that makes our day-to-day activity seamless. Their staff has always been cooperative and helpful, so we looked to Sunesys’ expertise again when it was time to expand upon our network.”

Sunesys currently operates over 9,000 fiber route miles in ten states across the country including over 5,000 miles in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Sunesys’ entire footprint can be viewed online at http://www.sunesys.com/network-maps or by downloading the Sunesys App, available for iPhone and Android devices.

About Sunesys, LLC

Sunesys is a leading provider of premium bandwidth services and private fiber optic networks. We own, operate, and maintain our own high density fiber optic network in major metropolitan areas across the U.S. Sunesys offers a comprehensive suite of tailored, high capacity, facilities-based network services coupled with superior industry expertise, service, and support. Sunesys provides telecommunications services and private fiber optic networks in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, Ohio, Illinois, Georgia, Florida and California.

Sunesys is a subsidiary of Quanta Services, Inc. (NYSE: PWR). Quanta Services safely provides engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services for comprehensive infrastructure needs in the electric power and oil and natural gas industries and is the premier provider in the industries it serves.

For more information or to be contacted about Sunesys services, please visit http://www.sunesys.com.

About The Catholic Diocese of Trenton

The Catholic Diocese of Trenton is a 130-year old institution built on service to God’s people. The Diocese includes Burlington, Mercer, Monmouth, and Ocean Counties in Central New Jersey with a Catholic population of 830,000. The Diocese consists of 109 parishes, 36 elementary schools, and 8 high schools. Since the creation of the Diocese of Trenton by Pope Leo XIII in 1881 there have been 10 bishops, each of whom has adapted his own personal motto. Bishop David M. O’Connell became the new bishop in 2010 adopting the motto: “To serve and not to be served.”

To learn more about the Diocese, please visit http://www.dioceseoftrenton.org.


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