Diversified Dark Fiber, Increased Availability Zones, and Direct Connections to Core Backbone Routers for Cloud Providers
As cloud providers add diverse on-ramps to their cloud service provider network, Netrality’s colocation data centers bring public and private cloud providers as close to customers as possible. Netrality gives you:
Diversified Dark Fiber
The diversified dark fiber cloud providers need to support greater network capacity and changing traffic demands
Urban-located colocation facilities give cloud providers direct connections to core backbone routers and proximity to central business districts
Expanded Availability Zones
Strategic locations at the nexus of long-haul and metro networks provide unique routes in underserved, urban areas, enabling cloud providers to diversify their availability zones
Netrality: An Agile Footprint for Cloud Providers
As cloud providers aim to meet growing demand for their services, they increasingly look for fiber-connected, urban-situated colocation facilities.
Cloud providers such as Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and the Google Cloud Platform benefit from Netrality’s core backbone routers and immediate proximity to multiple cable, ILEC and cellular networks in key markets.
From Network-rich, Interconnected PoPs to Interconnected Hubs
Connect seamlessly with customers and drive innovation with more partners
Every Netrality building acts as an interconnected hub joining over 250 cloud and network service providers with leading enterprises
We offer more and more opportunities to build direct connection services to enterprise customers locally and throughout the U.S.