RCN LogRCN Business is kicking off 2016 with a bang. On Jan. 11, the company announced expansion into Telehouse’s data center located at 85 10th Avenue in New York City. Today, the communications provider delivering network solutions for voice, data and video released news that it has established a point of presence (PoP) at Netrality Properties’ 401 North Broad Street Meet-Me Room (MMR) in Philadelphia, PA. This new connection at 401 North Broad will give RCN Business’ customers multiple options within the region’s top network-neutral interconnection facility.

Screen Shot 2016-01-14 at 3.51.49 PMRCN Business provides a full suite of communications services, including high-speed Internet, Dedicated Internet Access (DIA), Hosted Voice, PRI/SIP Trunks, Video (HDTV) and Ethernet E-Line and E-LAN services to enterprises of all sizes. Its wholly owned, fiber-rich network ensures superior performance to power today’s complex applications. Building into the 401 North Broad MMR opens up a new arena for RCN Business in the Philadelphia market, allowing RCN to extend its services to customers who may not have been reached previously.

“Netrality Properties and their team at 401 North Broad are very customer-oriented and go above and beyond what is expected,” explains Michael Carrosquilla, SVP Commercial Services at RCN. “Building into the 401 North Broad MMR will lead to new business opportunities, enabling RCN to connect to Netrality locations in New York City and Chicago. 401 North Broad is a world-class center and the ability to bring diverse routes into that location is key for us and our customers.”

Screen Shot 2016-01-14 at 3.53.44 PM“Netrality is pleased to welcome RCN as a new network offering within the 401 North Broad Meet-Me-Room,” states Phillip A. Calantoni, Director of Business Development at Netrality Properties in Philadelphia. “RCN enhances the value of our ecosystem for the entire Philadelphia region, helping our end-users meet their increasing demand for bandwidth services to and from 401 North Broad and other major network hubs.”