September 26, 2012
NEW YORK, Sept. 26 — Telx, a leading provider of global interconnectivity, cloud enablement services and data center solutions, today announced the availability of Amazon Web Services Direct Connect offerings for Telx customers in Northern California, as well as providing extended availability to Telx Cloud Connection Centers in adjacent markets.
Telx clients can now connect their client-owned and managed infrastructure directly to Amazon Web Services via AWS Direct Connect, establishing a private network connection that can reduce network costs, increase throughput and security while also providing more consistent network performance than "best-efforts" networks. Clients can benefit from the synergies inherent in Telx' unparalleled carrier density and range of carrier services in landmark locations, together with a range of network options, now including AWS Direct Connect. Moreover, Telx' diverse geographic footprint provides low latency access and broad reach to the vast majority of end-users.
"Telx continues to expand the portfolio of options available to its clients to build next-generation distributed infrastructures. Rather than just a single solution, clients can leverage a range of public and private network transport and interconnection options to deploy optimal hybrid architectures, across a range of multilayer network services, utilizing a mix of colocation, private, hosted private, and public cloud services," said Joe Weinman, senior vice president of cloud services and strategy for Telx. "We are excited to offer our clients direct access to Amazon Web Services, a leading provider and innovator in the cloud."
Connectivity via Amazon's Direct Connect provides a wide range of new deployment scenarios for Telx's clients, including:
For more information about the Telx and AWS service, or to order connectivity to Amazon's Direct Connect, visit http://map.telx.com/AWS-Direct-Connect.html.
Telx is a leading provider of interconnection and data center services in strategic, high-demand North American markets. With 17 premier C3 Cloud Connection Centers, Telx increases speed to market and reduces connectivity costs by providing direct connections to a community of the industry's highest performance networks and access to 1,000+ customers, including leading telecommunications carriers, ISPs, cloud providers, content providers and enterprises. Telx is a privately held company headquartered in New York City with five facilities in the New York Metro area, two facilities in Chicago, two facilities in Dallas, four facilities in California, (Los Angeles, San Francisco, and two in Santa Clara) and facilities in Atlanta, Miami, Phoenix and Charlotte, N.C. For more information about Telx, visit http://www.telx.com. Become a fan of Telx on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/telxgroup. Interconnection. Data Centers. Community.
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