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Omaha IX Reveals Rebrand

1623 Farnam, a regional leader in network-neutral edge interconnection and data center services, has just announced the rebrand of its hosted peering exchange, Omaha IX.

Omaha IX is the premier midwest Internet Exchange strategically located in the central United States and hosted at the 1623 Farnam Edge Data Center. The facility sits at the nexus of the country’s north/south and east/west fiber routes, allowing customers to connect to the far reaches of the country with lower latency due to fewer hops, and therefore lower costs.

The rebrand strengthens the ecosystem between the Exchange and the 1623 Farnam facility and features a new website fortified with information for both existing and prospective customers. The IX was also upgraded with 100g ports a year ago, with plans in place to continue upgrading port speeds and capacities in the first quarter of 2022.

“Omaha IX is a really big differentiator for us at 1623 Farnam, and we are very proud to host it. It gives our customers a unique opportunity to peer without hassle, and does a great deal to strengthen and diversify our network ecosystem.” – Todd Cushing, 1623 Farnam President. 

You can read the press release in its entirety here. To learn more about 1623 Farnam, go to www.1623farnam.com. For more information on Omaha IX, go to www.omahaix.com. You can also follow 1623 Farnam on Twitter and LinkedIn.

Download the Omaha IX Data Sheet here.

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