PHILADELPHIA, USA: Reliance Globalcom, a provider of managed network communication services for multinational enterprises and carriers and Philadelphia Technology Park (PTP), a data colocation company, announced that Reliance will be providing PTP customers with access to its private, optical network and extensive global fiber footprint for connectivity from Philadelphia to key business hubs around the globe.
This venture will enable Reliance Globalcom to improve the cost efficiency and capacity of IPv6-enabled global connectivity services to the 163 countries and territories covered by its network footprint for Philadelphia Technology Park customers. It will also enable all of Philadelphia Technology Park customers' direct access to Reliance Globalcom's advanced VPLS network.
"We recognize that Philadelphia Technology Park already hosts a significant community of multi-national participants from around the world, as well as an increasing number of enterprise and cloud service providers in their data center," said Mike Sauer, President of Reliance Globalcom Americas. "Close synergies exist between the sectors that Philadelphia Technology Park serves and our global business. By offering diverse access to our global network, we provide customers with the security of service and expanded geographic reach those businesses increasingly demand."
"Businesses, universities, law firms, and healthcare providers continue to move mission-critical applications to our data center to handle data intensive applications such as cloud computing, multimedia transfers, data replication and disaster recovery," said Corey Blanton, Chief Operating Officer at Enterprise Technology Parks. "We are pleased to connect to Reliance Globalcom's high performance network to offer their bandwidth services and routes to meet our customers' communications needs."