Hurricane Electric was mentioned in Telecom Ramblings’ Monday Bytes section for its partnership with Djibouti Telecom. From the article: Hurricane Electric has added another IP customer as a start to this week. Djibouti Telecom has hooked up with HE’s backbone at two key global PoPs at Equinix and Global Switch facilities in Singapore. Three months ago, HE extended its own backbone into Djibouti itself as part of a push into the Middle East and Africa. […]
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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 […]
TelecomPaper featured Hurricane Electric for newest PoPs in the Midwest, both in St. Louis, MO at two Digital Realty colocation facilities. From the article: Hurricane Electric adds two PoPs at Digital Realty locations Tuesday 16 December 2014 | 17:43 CET | News IPv6-native internet backbone, Hurricane Electric has added two new Points of Presence (PoPs) at Digital Realty facilities located at 210 North Tucker Boulevard and 900 Walnut Street in Saint Louis, Missouri. The 210 North […]
Hurricane Electric has recently announced two new Points-of-Presence with Digital Realty at two locations in St. Louis. From the article: Hurricane Electric adds new PoPs in Missouri, deepens Midwest presence December 16, 2014 | By Sean Buckley Hurricane Electric has enhanced its growing footprint in the Midwest by establishing two new Points of Presence (PoP) at Digital Realty’s facilities located in St. Louis, Mo. The two PoPs are located at 210 North Tucker Boulevard and 900 […]
Hurricane Electric was recently featured by TelecomPaper for their newest Internet Exchanges placed across Eastern Europe. From the article: IPv6-native internet backbone provider Hurricane Electric has further expanded its Eastern European presence by connecting to the Budapest Internet Exchange (BIX), Balkan Internet Exchange (B-IX), Bulgarian Internet Exchange (BIX.BG), InterLAN Exchange, NetIX and the Romanian Network Internet Exchange (RoNIX). The network expansion will enable Hurricane Electric to improve fault tolerance, load balancing and congestion management infrastructure capabilities […]
Light Reading recently featured Hurricane Electric for their internet exchanges in Eastern Europe. From the article: The network expansion will enable Hurricane Electric to improve fault tolerance, load balancing and congestion management infrastructure capabilities for the delivery of IPv4 and IPv6 access services. The new connections will reduce latency and router hops for Internet traffic at all five locations. Additionally, the direct connectivity paths will increase the reach of Hurricane Electric’s infrastructure and services. “This […]
New network expansion will reduce latency and router hops for Eastern European customers November 20, 2013 04:00 AM Eastern Standard Time BUDAPEST, Hungary & SOFIA, Bulgaria & BUCHAREST, Romania–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Hurricane Electric, the world’s largest IPv6-native Internet backbone and a leading colocation provider, today announced that it has further expanded its Eastern European presence by connecting to the Budapest Internet Exchange (BIX), Balkan Internet Exchange (B-IX), Bulgarian Internet Exchange (BIX.BG), InterLAN Exchange, NetIX and the Romanian Network Internet Exchange (RoNIX). “Customers throughout the globe continue to demand greater Internet options and […]