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Hurriane Electric’s Middle East and African Network Expansion Examined by Telecom Ramblings

Hurriane Electric’s Middle East and African Network Expansion Examined by Telecom Ramblings

Leading review of telecom activity, Telecom Ramblings has released an analysis of Hurricane Electric’s recently announced network expansion in the Middle East and Africa. From the article: Hurricane Electric Lands in the Middle East and Africa March 10th, 2017 by Rob Powell · Leave a Comment Hurricane Electric is expanding its IPv4 and IPv6 backbone deep into the Middle East and Africa with the buildout of three new points of presence. In the Persian Gulf, […]

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Hurricane Electric’s New Canadian PoP Featured by Telecom Ramblings

Hurricane Electric’s New Canadian PoP Featured by Telecom Ramblings

Telecom Ramblings’ column “Network Bytes” regularly reviews important telecom industry updates. Today’s release features Hurricane Electric for its Canadian Point of Presence in Moncton, New Brunswick with Fiber Centre. From the article: Network Bytes: Hibernia, AMS-IX, Hurricane Electric November 21st, 2016 by Rob Powell · Leave a Comment A short week in the US is on tap, but plenty is going on internationally anyway.  Here are a few quick takes for the start of the […]

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Hurricane Electric and Neutral Path Continue Collaboration to Bring High Speed IP Transit to Minnesota

Hurricane Electric and Neutral Path Continue Collaboration to Bring High Speed IP Transit to Minnesota

New Point of Presence will help satisfy the increasing demand for high-speed global connectivity in the Midwest November 17, 2016 09:58 AM Eastern Standard Time BELLE PLAINE, Minn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Hurricane Electric, the world’s largest IPv6-native Internet backbone, announced today that a collaboration with high-capacity communications transport service provider Neutral Path Communications has led to the establishment of a new Point of Presence (PoP) within Neutral Path’s MSP1 facility. Located at 713 E Church Street, Belle Plaine, […]

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Launch of New Philadelphia Point of Presence Latest Move in Hurricane Electric’s Domestic Network Expansion

Launch of New Philadelphia Point of Presence Latest Move in Hurricane Electric’s Domestic Network Expansion

Strong demand for premium connectivity options drives opening of latest PoP at key site in Mid-Atlantic region November 14, 2016 10:27 AM Eastern Standard Time PHILADELPHIA–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Hurricane Electric, the world’s largest IPv6-native Internet backbone, continues to expand its global network with the launch of its newest Point of Presence (PoP) in Southeastern Pennsylvania at the Equinix Philadelphia PH1 IBX Data Center, located at: 401 North Broad Street, Suite 990, Philadelphia, PA 19108. This is Hurricane […]

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TelecomPaper Features ColocationGuard for Partnership with Epsilon

TelecomPaper Features ColocationGuard for Partnership with Epsilon

ColocationGuard has today announced a new partnership with Epsilon to leverage Epsilon’s Cloud Link Exchange (CloudLX), global interconnection services and intelligent networks for the benefit of its tenants. From the article: ColocationGuard taps Epsilon’ connectivity Wednesday 26 October 2016 | 13:41 CET | News ColoGuard partnered Epsilon to offer its tenants the ability to connect directly to cloud service providers and other US, European and Asia Pacific locations using Epsilon’s connectivity platform. ColocationGuard will leverage Epsilon’s […]

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International News Site datacentres.com Recognizes Hurricane Electric’s Point-of-Presence in Miami

While continually growing its international network, Hurricane Electric also maintains an expanding presence within the United States, recently announcing its newest location in Miami, Florida. From the article: Data Centres News Hurricane Electric expands with new PoP at iM Miami Post date: Tuesday, 27 Oct 2015 Fremont, California-based Hurricane Electric, the world’s largest IPv6-native Internet backbone, has announced that it has added a second PoP in Miami at iM Miami’s downtown datacentre. Located at 36 […]

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Capacity Magazine Writes of Hurricane Electric’s First PoP in Seoul

Capacity Magazine Writes of Hurricane Electric’s First PoP in Seoul

Hurricane Electric has been rapidly growing the reach of its global Internet backbone around the world, and its latest international Point-of-Presence has been established in Seoul, South Korea. All the more important with the extinction of IPv4 addresses, Hurricane’s IIP transit provides access to thousands of networks, and dual-stack native IPv6. From the article: Hurricane Electric enters South Korea 15 October 2015 | Laura Hedges Hurricane Electric has made its entrance into South Korea with its […]

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TechRepublic Quotes Hurricane Electric in Article on Impending IPv4 Exhaustion

TechRepublic Quotes Hurricane Electric in Article on Impending IPv4 Exhaustion

TechRepublic recently published a piece exploring the rapidly approaching exhaustion of IPv4 addresses, recently highlighted by the CEO of ARIN, and naming Hurricane Electric as a knowledgeable source on stats related to IPv6. From the article: ARIN warns of IPv4 exhaustion in one week The CEO of the American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) warns it has approximately one week’s worth of IPv4 addresses remaining to distribute. Learn more about the troubles ahead for IPv4.  […]

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ZD Net Quotes Hurricane Electric on IPv4 Internet Address Depletion

ZD Net Quotes Hurricane Electric on IPv4 Internet Address Depletion

​Hurricane Electric was recently featured in a piece on ZD Net for its position in the IPv4 conversation as standing ready to provide dual stack IPv6 and IPv4 transit when, as noted by ARIN, IPv4 web addresses run out. From the article: The last seconds are ticking off the U.S. IPv4 network clock ARIN reports it only has about two to four weeks of IPv4 Internet address blocks left. By Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols for Networking | July 3, 2015 — 10:00 […]

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Increased Demand for Global Internet Transit Drives Hurricane Electric to Launch Second Point-of-Presence in Italy

Expanded growth in the Mediterranean provides more customers with access to the most robust IPv6 backbone in the world June 23, 2015 03:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time ROME–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Hurricane Electric, the world’s largest IPv6-native Internet backbone, today announced that it has added a new Point of Presence (PoP) at NaMeX, located at Via dei Tizi, 6/b, 00185, Rome. “With nearly 100 PoPs worldwide, Hurricane Electric is well-positioned to provide high quality transit at an affordable cost for organizations […]

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