COLO@ Joins Phoenix-IX Peering Exchange

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COLO@ Joins Phoenix-IX Peering Exchange.

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Peering agreements provide our customers with a great way to get smooth routes in specific geographical areas.

Colocation & data center operator COLO@ today announced that they have joined the Phoenix-IX peering exchange for their Phoenix location. COLO@ operates data centers in Atlanta, Phoenix, Los Angeles, Chicago, Clifton, and Dallas and is a participant in various peering arrangements across their facilities.

Inside of their Phoenix location, COLO@ currently has open peering agreements with the entire Any2LA and Atlanta TIE networks. The Phoenix-IX exchange offers connections up to 10 gbps for both IPv4 and IPv6 traffic. An ICANN managed L-Root server is colocated within the exchange. Of the four internet exchanges in the Phoenix area, Phoenix-IX has the second largest traffic flow and the greatest number of active peers.

Paul Emmons, founder of the Phoenix-IX exchange said "We are excited to have COLO@ participate in the exchange. COLO@ is the third participant with a national strategy to activate. It's great that participants like COLO@ see the value in peering whenever and wherever possible."

Gary Simat, CEO of COLO@ stated "Peering agreements provide our customers with a great way to get smooth routes in specific geographical areas. Our latest agreement with Phoenix-IX is another way to provide our customers in the Phoenix area with great traffic options."

About COLO@
COLO@ is a world leader in colocation services.  COLO@ was started in 2008 by founding members of Total Server Solutions who have a passion for technology and networking.  Our technical experts have years of enterprise level experience and talent to provide you with the finest colocation services around.  Since the founding the company, COLO@ has grown to become one of the most trusted names in colocation services.  The COLO@ team can provide you with a vast array of bandwidth and colocation services throughout the United Sates, and beyond.

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