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Press Release -- December 20th, 2010
Source: Tinet
Tags: Datacenter, Ethernet, Expansion, IPv6

Tinet Extends its Global IP & Ethernet Network into the Phoenix NAP Datacenter

Phoenix, AZ, and Milan, Italy - December 20th, 2010

Phoenix NAP®, a next-generation datacenter and network access point, announces today that Tinet, a Neutral Tandem company (NASDAQ:TNDM, news, filings) and a global carrier exclusively committed to the IP and Ethernet wholesale markets, has deployed a Point of Presence (PoP) within the Phoenix NAP facility.

“The addition of Tinet to our datacenter is a significant component of our strategy to provide a multitude of high-quality global connectivity options to Phoenix NAP clients. As one of the top-ranked IPv6 and IPv4 networks worldwide, Tinet, with its extensive coverage around Europe, North America and Asia Pacific, will be a valuable partner to Phoenix NAP clients that are seeking worldwide reach. We’re excited to have them in our facility’s meet-me room,” states Ian McClarty, president of Phoenix NAP.

Tinet will offer its portfolio of high performing global connectivity solutions out of Phoenix NAP, including IP Transit services utilizing both IPv4 and IPv6 routing, and Ethernet services.

Tinet is proud to establish our presence in Phoenix, as a further step of our expansion plan in North America,” states Maurizio Binello, Chief Operating Officer. “This is the fifth new market that Tinet has added in the past few months in the US. We believe that Phoenix has large business potential and that Phoenix NAP is the right partner to support our growth.”

As a network access point, Phoenix NAP strives to offer its customers a vast array of network connectivity solutions. Clients of the datacenter can select whichever option best meets their needs, and can work directly with a provider, such as Tinet, or with Phoenix NAP’s carrier neutral sales staff, to obtain service.

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