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Hurricane Electric Becomes First Internet Backbone in The World to Connect to 4,000 IPv6 Networks

Hurricane Electric Becomes First Internet Backbone in The World to Connect to 4,000 IPv6 Networks

Largest IPv6 backbone continues leadership role in next-generation Internet Protocol FREMONT, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Hurricane Electric, the world’s leading IPv6-native Internet backbone, today announced that it is the first network in the world to connect to over 4,000 IPv6 networks, continuing its leadership role in deploying and promoting IPv6 globally. The company first deployed IPv6 on its global backbone in 2001 and became the first network in the world to connect to 1,000 IPv6 networks in 2010. “We’ve […]

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Djibouti Telecom Connects Its IP Network with Hurricane Electric to Help Bring High-Speed IP Transit to East Africa

Djibouti Telecom Connects Its IP Network with Hurricane Electric to Help Bring High-Speed IP Transit to East Africa

With new connection, customers of East Africa’s major IP transit providers will have access to Hurricane Electric’s expansive global network June 12, 2017 03:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time DJIBOUTI–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Djibouti Telecom, East Africa’s leading telecom operator, announced today that it has joined its IP network with Hurricane Electric, the world’s largest IPv6-native Internet backbone. The connection was made at two key global Internet Points of Presence (POPs) located in Singapore at Equinix and Global Switch facilities, which […]

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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 Completes Next Stage of Mediterranean Expansion with Third Italian Point of Presence in Enter Srl Milan

Hurricane Electric Completes Next Stage of Mediterranean Expansion with Third Italian Point of Presence in Enter Srl Milan

Expanded access to company’s global network will reduce latency and router hops for European customers February 17, 2017 03:00 AM Eastern Standard Time MILAN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Hurricane Electric, the world’s largest IPv6-native Internet backbone, today announced that it is continuing its European expansion with the launch of a new Point of Presence (PoP) in Milan, Italy at the Enter Srl data center. Located at Via Caldera 21 Building D2 Milan, Italy, this is Hurricane Electric’s second PoP […]

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Tech Century Publishes on Hurricane Electric’s New PoP Outside Detroit

Tech Century Publishes on Hurricane Electric’s New PoP Outside Detroit

Veteran Michigan technology journalist Matt Roush covered the story and examined this newest Point of Presence announced by Hurricane Electric and established in Southfield, Michigan. From the article: BROADBAND CALIFORNIA HIGH-SPEED DATA PROVIDER EXPANDS INTO MICHIGAN JANUARY 19, 2017 ESDMATTROUSH LEAVE A COMMENT SOUTHFIELD — Fremont, Calif.-based Hurricane Electric announced it had established a network Point of Presence (PoP) at the Southfield data center of 123Net. The company said it was its first PoP in […]

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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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Nemertes Research Presents at Hurricane Electric Networking Event

Nemertes Research Presents at Hurricane Electric Networking Event

Hurricane Electric welcomed Bay Area Internet and telecom professionals to its Fremont II Data Center on November 17th. The Carrier Networking Event featured a presentation by John Burke of Nemertes Research and was supported by Comcast. Hurricane Electric Carrier Networking Events Join The List Sign up to get notifications about upcoming Carrier Networking Events held by Hurricane Electric in Fremont, CA. Email Address First Name Last Name Job Title Company Sign Up By submitting this form, […]

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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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Data Economy Interviews Hurricane Electric on Internet Exchange in Marseille, France

Data Economy Interviews Hurricane Electric on Internet Exchange in Marseille, France

This October, Internet peering service provider France-IX, announced their partnership with Hurricane Electric in Marseille. HE provided additional comment on this point of exchange, one of many in its robust network. From the article: Company aims to increase service within the EMEA region. Internet peering service provider France-IX has signed Hurricane Electric as its first internet exchange point (IXP) marketplace partner in its Marseille location. Hurricane Electric, a global IPv4 and IPv6 network provider, will […]

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