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Netrality Data Centers is Console Connected

Console Connect’s Software Defined Interconnection platform provides instant access to on-demand network services

Netrality Data Centers is pleased to welcome Console Connect’s Software Defined Interconnection® platform to our portfolio.

The Console Connect digital platform is enabled within 1102 Grand in Kansas City providing customers with instant access to a growing range of on-demand network services.

Through a single Console Connect Access Port, Netrality customers can:

Console Connect users can now self-provision direct connections at Netrality’s facility through an easy-to-use platform. Virtual PoPs will also be available through Console Connect to 401 North Broad in Philadelphia, 1301 Fannin in Houston, and St. Louis.

To learn more about Console Connect, visit the Netrality Marketplace.

 

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