Extended network increases connectivity options for Interxion’s growing customer base
Dublin, November 29 2012 – Interxion, a leading European provider of carrier-neutral colocation data centres, today announced that ESB Telecoms Ltd (ESBT) has extended its network with Interxion to include a point of presence in Interxion’s second data centre, DUB 2. ESBT has had a point of presence with Interxion in datacentre DUB 1 since 2006.
ESB Telecoms network within Interxion’s two data centres in Dublin incorporates WDM (Wavelength-division multiplexing), SDH (Synchronous Digital Hierarchy) and MEF (Metro Ethernet Forum) compliant technology supporting a number of Interxion customers, and providing further connectivity and diversity options to Interxion clients. With the ESBT’s managed services seeing substantial growth in the past five years this key location enables them to provide the robust resilient services that its’ customers require. The expansion of the ESB Telecoms network provides more choice for Interxion’s clients by increasing the portfolio of connectivity options available to customers.
ESB Telecoms provides a range of wholesale packet and TDM (Time-division multiplexing) services to other carriers, service providers and mobile network operators.
“We have grown with Interxion because we require a data centre partner that can provide premium services, an impressive client base and the highest level of availability, scalability and connectivity,” said Dermot Hopkins, Engineering Manager, ESB Telecoms. “Over the past six years, Interxion has proven its level of expertise, professionalism and responsiveness, which in partnership has enabled us to provide superior quality service to our customers and now Interxion’s customers also.”
Interxion’s Dublin data centres provide ESB Telecoms with opportunities to expand its business as it provides an opportunity to interconnect with a number of Tier 1 carriers. From an operational perspective, the Interxion Dublin hub also offers the highest levels of security, uninterruptible power supply, cooling, fire detection and prevention and operational support to guarantee 24/7 availability of ESB Telecoms services.
“The expansion of ESB Telecoms network is a real benefit to our carrier community and customers. The quality of their network and service will provide greater options for our expanding client base. We are pleased this partnership has further expanded in our Dublin data centres as we are dedicated to further developing this successful relationship with them,” said Tanya Duncan, Managing Director, Interxion Ireland.
Interxion seeks to provide the highest levels of expertise and services available to its customers and partners. It has an excellent track record as a location of choice by the most demanding service providers as Interxion continues to safeguard the delivery of their 24 x 7 services by providing resilient IT infrastructure and connectivity.
Interxion (NYSE:INXN, news) is a leading provider of carrier-neutral colocation data centre services in Europe, serving a wide range of customers through 32 data centres in 11 European countries. Interxion’s uniformly designed, energy-efficient data centres offer customers extensive security and uptime for their mission-critical applications. With connectivity provided by over 400 carriers and ISPs and 18 European Internet exchanges across its footprint, Interxion has created content and connectivity hubs that foster growing customer communities of interest. For more information, please visit www.interxion.com.
About ESB Telecoms Ltd
ESB Telecoms Ltd is a wholly-owned unregulated subsidiary of ESB and Ireland’s leading independent telecoms infrastructure and bandwidth solutions provider. ESB Telecoms Ltd built and owns an extensive fibre network throughout Dublin and Ireland which is wrapped on ESB High Voltage Network. ESB Telecoms Ltd also manages over 300 telecommunications towers and sites on which all major Irish telecommunications companies have substantial installations. ESB Telecoms Ltd operates managed bandwidth services over its network. The fibre network has 16 points of presence (PoPs) around Ireland. The network is managed 24×7 from a Telecoms Operations Centre in ESB Head Office, Dublin.
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