MOD Mission Critical extends inter-building cross connect p/f

By : |June 28, 2013 0

DENVER, USA: Mod Mission Critical (MOD), a network service provider that combines facilities and non-facilities-based assets to deliver comprehensive mission critical network solutions, has announced the extension of its Inter-Building Cross (IBC) Connect platform San Jose, CA, the second city in a series of global roll-outs for MOD’s revolutionary, network-neutral, inter-building connectivity solution.

The solution enables seamless and cost-effective cross connects between different owner operated meet me rooms across multiple buildings in a given metro market. San Jose’s deployment provides cross connect capabilities between CoreSite, Data Pipe , Equinix and Telx data centers.

MOD’s Inter-Building Cross Connect platform was designed and developed to serve the needs of carriers and enterprise businesses seeking to interconnect with service providers across disparate data center and colocation facilities. Major markets across the United States, Europe and Asia are hosts to multiple different facilities that are owned and operated by a multitude of different service providers, ranging from those who simply own and operate data centers to carrier operated colocation facilities.

Each one of these facilities has its own connectivity providers; cross connect fees and time constraints for establishing interconnects. MOD’s IBC platform simplifies the process and creates a consistent experience for companies that require connectivity solutions among different owner-operated facilities, while ensuring cross connect fees included with interconnected network solutions are aggregated, simplifying the pricing, ordering and provisioning process.

“Our IBC Connect platform is a unique service that provides inter-data center connectivity among different owner-operated meet-me-rooms. For instance, companies seeking to connect multiple facilities operated by different service providers can leverage this flat fee-based service for connections ranging from 100Mbps to 10G wavelengths,” said Michael Hollander, co-managing director of MOD Mission Critical.

“San Jose, CA, marks the second city in which the service is available, and includes streamlined interconnectivity to the following buildings 150 1st Street, Santa Clara; 1735 Lundy, San Jose; 11 Great Oaks, San Jose; 9 Great Oaks, San Jose; 200 Paul, San Francisco; and 1656 McCarthy, Milpitas,” added Scott Charter, co-MD of MOD Mission Critical.

In addition to MOD’s IBC platform, the company provides a full suite of network services, including wholesale IP, international private lines, submarine cable capacity, layer 2 network access, and layer 3 network solutions, as well as direct, private line connectivity between 624 S. Grand in Los Angeles, 11 Great Oaks in San Jose, CA and 60 Hudson Street in New York.

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