We are thrilled to obtain Sunesys’ Internet connectivity for our district. The diverse connection helps to reduce potential points of failure and the robust fiber optic transport connects directly back to our network backbone.
Warrington, PA (PRWEB) December 09, 2014
Sunesys, LLC announces turn-up of SunIP Internet connectivity and transport solution for Princeton Public Schools. Established in early October, the diverse connection provides 500Mbps up and down from Princeton’s hub location back to two northeast based data centers at 165 Halsey in Newark, NJ and 401 N. Broad Street in Philadelphia, PA.
Sunesys SunIP product offering provides a premier transport solution in addition to the business class Internet service, which offers dynamic routing between multiple Tier 1 providers. The IP service is available in 100Mbps / 1Gbps increments, up to 10Gbps within each of Sunesys’ major metropolitan regions. As well, the solution delivers primary or secondary DNS, IP addresses controlled by ARIN guidelines and a dedicated customer portal for monitoring.
Peter C. Thompson, Manager of Information Technology at Princeton Public Schools, on the connection, “We are thrilled to obtain Sunesys’ Internet connectivity for our district. The diverse connection helps to reduce potential points of failure and the robust fiber optic transport connects directly back to our network backbone. With Princeton’s increasing reliance on cloud based resources and the growth of online assessment and testing such as PARCC, we are meeting the demand of technology needs for our students and faculty.”
“Although recent to the game of Internet, Sunesys continues to pride itself upon our dedicated customer service and has built a robust, dedicated team to handle all aspects of our new solution offering, 24x7x365,” continues Mark Smith, Sunesys’ VP of Technical Operations. “The IP solution gives our customers a direct connection to Tier 1 routing hubs, improving performance and decreasing issues of latency. We are excited to see full market rollout in 2015.”
Sunesys currently serves over 200 school districts across nine states and provides over 5,000 route miles across New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
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 Princeton Public Schools
Princeton Public Schools enrolls approximately 3,500 students from kindergarten to the twelfth grade sectors and over 350 full-time and part-time professional staff members. The district serves seven schools: one preschool, four elementary schools, one middle school and one high school.
200With a diverse student population including more than fifty languages spoken at home, Princeton Public Schools seeks to prepare each student to thrive as a self-confident adult in a rapidly changing and competitive future. The Princeton Public Schools prepare students to be a shaping force for the 21st century; certainly, students must learn to live together as citizens, and we must challenge them academically.
The Princeton Public Schools has a commitment to excellence and quality in education. An academically rigorous program taught by an exemplary professional staff is dedicated to the development of students for active, meaningful participation in the twenty-first century: learning to think, to communicate, to cooperate, and to make decisions. Each objective directs the student toward control over self, confidence in interpersonal relations, and com