TechWeb's digital libray includes this case study by TELEHOUSE America. TELEHOUSE America's customer, eBaum World is a website that provides entertainment media, such as videos, flash cartoons and web games. The company was in need of primary space for organic growth which provided enough power, cooling and IP capacity to serve their content. TELEHOUSE’s Teleport facility,
Neutral Tandem's global Ethernet Exchange is indeed a truly open exchange opportunity. Customers have the ability to buy and sell Ethernet connectivity from any of the Neutral Tandem global PoPs while also leveraging any/all other providers interconnected to Neutral Tandem's Ethernet Exchange at any other given point on the network. Customers do not have to buy long-haul connectivity from Neutral Tandem, they can continue to negotiate deals directly with providers, however, Neutral Tandem is the only provider currently offering customers the choice to leverage its extensive global network footprint - providing commercial and network benefits to Ethernet Exchange members on its platform.
Due to strong growth in the North American marketplace Tinet has expanded its network into the Markley Group's flagship data center in Boston, MA. The high quality facility will be home to Tinet's IP and Ethernet services platform to help meet growing demands for these secure and flexible services. Its great to see continued growth
After a successful development program which began in 4Q09 Equinix has now launched its Carrier Ethernet Exchange program globally. The program was developed so that international Ethernet providers and carriers can exchange data traffic to meet worldwide Ethernet services demand which is expected to exceed $40 billion in just 4 years. With extensive testing across
The upcoming ITW Conference will host over 4,000 telecom and wholesale delegates from around the world in D.C. May 24-26. Over 130 countries will be represented and will meet to buy and sell both voice and data products and services. Leading communication carriers and wholesale providers such as Tinet will be participating at the event.
Sitting strong among the world's largest global backbone providers, Tinet's IP backbone ranks sixth among the top 15. The top 15 in order of rank include: Sprint, Level 3, Global Crossing, Savvis, TeliaNet, Tinet, NTT, MCI/Verizon Business, TATA, AT&T, Telecom Italia, Qwest, Cogent, Cable & Wireless and PCCW. This is a tremendously strong position for the Italian HQ company. It was less than a year ago that Tinet was bought by BS Private Equity and separated from its former parent Tiscali. The year has proved Tinet a success as it continues to climb the rankings charts.