28 February 2014 | Laura Hedges
Hurricane Electric has expanded its presence in the Asia-Pacific market with a connection into the BBIX internet exchange in Tokyo, Japan.
Hurricane’s presence at BBIX is expected to provide customers of the exchange with reduced latency, improved fault tolerance and access to the co-location...
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