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Netrality to Participate in St. Louis Regional Internet Exchange Preview on January 19th

See a recap of Netrality's participation in the St. Louis Regional Internet Exchange Preview to learn about what increased connectivity and IoT means for the region.

Starting in February 2017, the St. Louis Regional Internet Exchange (STL-RIX) will provide traditional Internet Exchange (IX) services for business customers in the St. Louis region. Once up and running, STL-RIX will be able to provide high speed, low latency connectivity while decreasing the expense of service in the St. Louis region.

To celebrate the launch of STL-RIX, they are hosting the “St. Louis Regional Internet Exchange Preview” on January 19th from 10:30am to 12:00pm at CIC 4240 Duncan, in the Havana Room in Cortex.

Attendees will learn what increased connectivity, Smart City and IoT could mean for St. Louis and how it will ultimately benefit the community. Details of this event can be found at Eventbrite.

Owen Graham, Director of Business Development at our St. Louis interconnected data center will be the giving the ‘welcome’ address.

For more information about our St. Louis colocation facility, click here.

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