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EdgeConneX continues expansion, opens Toronto Edge Data Center

Thursday 14 September 2017 | 10:05 CET | News
EdgeConneX announced its first Edge Data Center (EDC) in Toronto, Canada. The new facility will serve as a connectivity and peering alternative, offering extensive fibre, density and peering options to metro area customers. The company said the new multi-tenant Toronto EDC offers high-density power in a redundant and reliable facility. The initial deployment will be a 6MW, N+1 designed data centre scheduled for rapid delivery in early Q2 2018. EdgeConneX will bring a strong internet ecosystem to the facility that includes networks, IX's, IP providers, cloud on-ramps, gaming platforms, IoT

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: EdgeConneX
Countries: Canada
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