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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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New PoP in Michigan for Hurricane Electric Noted by Telecom Ramblings

New PoP in Michigan for Hurricane Electric Noted by Telecom Ramblings

Telecom’s leading news digest recently featured Hurricane Electric for the company’s recent Point of Presence in Southfield, a suburb of Detroit, MI. From the article: Wednesday Bytes: Level 3, NJFX, Hurricane ectric, Masergy, INOC January 18th, 2017 by Rob Powell · Here’s another quick roundup of some more of the rapidfire news we’ve seen go out this week: Level 3’s DDoS mitigation services won an adherent this morning. The UK-based domain name registrar Safenames is […]

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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 Connects to New Continent with PoP in South Africa

Hurricane Electric Connects to New Continent with PoP in South Africa

Rob Powell’s “Friday Bytes” this week, on Telecom Ramblings, features Hurricane Electric for its newest announced Point of Presence (PoP). This connection is particularly notable for being HE’s first in Africa, at Teraco’s Isando JB1 facility in Johannesburg, South Africa. From the article: Friday Bytes: Hurricane Electric, Fatbeam, UPN, Data Foundry July 22nd, 2016 by Rob Powell · Leave a Comment Here’s a quick rundown of some other news from this week that’s worth a quick […]

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Telecom Ramblings Features Hurricane Electric for 100 Internet Exchanges

Hurricane Electric announced this week that the company has established 100 unique Internet exchanges around the world. From the article: There has been lots of interconnection news this week, whether it be between networks, clouds, or data centers. Here’s a quick look: Hurricane Electric says it has turned up its 100th unique internet exchange connection. That’s a lot of IX connectivity, and according to Hurricane nobody else has reached the same milestone yet. In fact, I […]

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Hurricane Electric recognized in Telecom Ramblings’ “Round Up”

Hurricane Electric’s newest Point-of-Presence in Japan was recently noted by Telecom Ramblings in its weekly Round Up of telecom news across the industry. From the article: Thursday Roundup: IFN, Level 3, XO, HE, Comcast April 9th, 2015 by Rob Powell · Leave a Comment Indiana Fiber Network is upgrading its state-wide infrastructure with some help from Ciena. They’re using a range of Ciena’s packet-optical gear, switches, and software to introduce rapid provisioning for waves and Ethernet services to business and […]

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Hurricane Electric Listed First on Telecom Ramblings “Thursday Round Up” for European Expansion

Telecom Ramblings featured Hurricane Electric’s Eastern European internet exchanges first in their list of news items. From the article: In the IP backbone world, Hurricane Electric has continued to add depth to the east. They havehooked up their network to six internet exchanges across Eastern Europe: the Budapest Internet Exchange (BIX), the Balkan Internet Exchange (B-IX), the Bulgarian Internet Exchange (BIX.BG), the InterLAN Exchange, NetIX and the Romanian Network Internet Exchange (RoNIX). The multiple regional exchange […]

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Telecom Ramblings Writes of Hurricane’s Extensive Summer Expansion

Hurricane’s many summer PoPs have garnered attention, and Telecom Ramblings discusses their newest one, un Hungary, here. From the article It’s been a shortened week, but despite having all the oxygen sucked out by the Verizon/Vodafone and MicroSoft/Nokia deals, plenty of other interesting things managed to happen: Hurricane Electric has spent the summer adding nodes to its global network, and continued that push this week with another new one in Eastern Europe. They’ve established a network […]

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Telecom Ramblings Notes Hurricane Electric in “Euro Roundup”

Telecom Ramblings compiled three notable companies making strides in European expansion, listing Hurricane Electric among them for their international locations that are still rapidly growing. From the article: And Hurricane Electric continued the global expansion of its IP backbone with the addition of PoP in Romania. They’ve moved into NXDATA-1 in Bucharest and are now offering everything from 100Mbps to 100GigE, and have hooked up at the InterLAN and RoNIX internet exchanges in the city.  Last […]

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Hurricane Electric Recently Featured by Telecom Ramblings

Telecom Ramblings recently made mention of Hurricane Electric’s presence with Cologix in Dallas, TX. From the article: Hurricane Electric has been expanding its footprint lately, and yesterday added yet another PoP. This time they’ve established a presence in Cologix’s Dallas INFOMART facility. Cologix just opened its 2nd data center at the Dallas location two months ago. Last week HE announced a 100G expansion with Zayo, and over the past 12 months has added new PoPs in New […]

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