Interxion’s AMS8 data centre in Amsterdam is the location for Hurricane Electric’s newest International Point-of-Presence, the company’s third PoP in the European city. From the article: Hurricane Electric launches new PoP at Interxion’s Amsterdam data centre 11 January 2018 | Natalie Bannerman Hurricane Electric, the provider of the world’s largest IPv6-native Internet backbone, has deployed its third point of presence (PoP) in Amsterdam, located in Interxion’s AMS8 data centre. By expanding its presence in Amsterdam the company […]
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Hurricane Electric continues commitment to Middle East and Africa with major network buildouts 07 March 2017 | Jason Mcgee-Abe Hurricane Electric is announcing this week, at Capacity Middle East 2017, a significant buildout of its global IPv4 and IPv6 network throughout several regions in the Middle East and Africa. The latest expansion in Dubai, Djibouti, and Nairobi will provide additional redundancy and reliability for greater internet connectivity in the Middle East and Africa. In response […]
Srl Data Centre, in Milan, Italy, is the recent location for Hurricane Electric’s newest International Point-of-Presence. From the article: Hurricane Electric takes a Mediterranean step with Milan PoP 20 February 2017 | Bill Boyle Hurricane Electric has launched a new PoP in Milan, Italy at the Enter Srl data centre. Hurricane Electric, the IPv6 internet backbone company, has launched a new Point of Presence (PoP) in Milan, Italy at the Enter Srl data centre. This […]
The partnership between Brooklyn’s only colocation facility, ColocationGuard and Epsilon will deliver on-demand cloud access for customers of the colo. From the article: ColoGuard, Epsilon partner for on-demand cloud access 01 November 2016 | Jason Mcgee-Abe ColocationGuard has teamed up with Epsilon to deliver on-demand direct cloud access to local, regional and global connectivity. New York-based colocation provider, ColoGuard, will offer its tenants the ability to connect directly to cloud service providers and other US, […]
Hurricane Electric’s newest Point of Presence (Pop) has been established at the ACT data center located in Wyoming. This is one of several PoPs HE is establishing in locations around the world. From the article: Hurricane Electric and Advanced Communications open new PoP in ACT Data Center, Wyoming 18 August 2016 | Bill Boyle Hurricane Electric has partnered with Advanced Communications Technology, to open a new PoP in the ACT data centre in Cheyenne, Wyoming. […]
The largest IPv6-native Internet backbone has added a new point of presence at Telenor Tier 3 in Serbia. Hurricane Electric launches Serbia PoP 05 August 2015 | Laura Hedges Hurricane Electric has extended its global footprint with the launch of a PoP in Belgrade, Serbia. Located at Telenor’s Tier 3 data centre at Omladinskih brigade 92 in Belgrade, the PoP is designed to provide customers of the facility with access to Hurricane Electric’s IPv4 and IPv6 […]
Hurricane Electric recently connected to the BBIX Internet Exchange in Tokyo, expanding their network further in the Asian market. From the article: 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 provider’s IPv4 and IPv6 network. “Over the last year, […]
Hurricane Electric was recently featured for their agreement with BICS and further expansion of their network in Europe. From the article: BICS has signed an agreement with Hurricane Electric for the expansion of its network across Europe and the upgrading of its service to 100G. Claimed to be the world’s largest IPv6-native internet backbone, Hurricane Electric will use the BICS pan-European network (PEN) to connect major European cities, and upgrade its services to 100G to […]
Capacity Magazine posted the news of Hurricane Electric’s PoP at Interxion in Copenhagen. From the article: US-based co-location provider Hurricane Electric has established a PoP at Interxion’s Copenhagen data centre. The PoP is designed to enable reliable, cost-effective connectivity between Interxion’s Danish customers in Copenhagen and Hurricane Electric’s IPv4 and IPv6 networks. Read the full article at Capacity Magazine.