The growth spurt continues at 1623 Farnam with the announcement that PacketFabric, a highly scalable Network-as-a-Service (NaaS) platform delivering on-demand, carrier-class private, hybrid and multi-cloud connectivity in minutes, has joined 1623’s rapidly expanding ecosystem, boosting critical Midwest connectivity options for businesses undergoing a digital transformation.
“We are always growing our ecosystem to provide the greatest interconnection opportunities for our customers, and we are thrilled to welcome PacketFabric. 1623 Farnam is the ‘easy button’ for organizations to accelerate their digital transformation. Our customers have a high level of network assurance with easy access to 100G redundancy, enterprise-grade, carrier class interconnection, very low latency, and full network resiliency. They don’t have to compromise anything anymore.” – Todd Cushing, president of 1623 Farnam
PacketFabric and 1623 Farnam will co-host a webinar June 16 to outline how the new partnership will enhance connectivity opportunities. The videocast discussion will focus on the 1623 Farnam – PacketFabric partnership and how it will benefit businesses undergoing digital transformation, and how the PacketFabric platform will optimize their digital transformation experience. There will also be a demonstration of PacketFabric’s agile, secure, on-demand interconnection platform. You can register for the videocast, HERE.
The PacketFabric deployment is just the latest addition to 1623’s rapidly growing ecosystem, with 1623 increasingly becoming a major connectivity hub in the American Midwest. Just this year a major hyperscaler upped its 1623 port from 40G to 100G and Akamai Technologies, a leading provider of cloud services, upgraded its presence at 1623 from a single 40G port to not one, but two 100G ports.
To learn more about the 1623-PacketFabric partnership and sign up for the webinar, read the full announcement HERE.
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