PacketFabric is now present at four of Netrality’s data center properties nationwide
PacketFabric's network interconnection platform is now present at four of Netrality's data center properties. Visit Netrality to read more about what it does.
Netrality Properties recently announced the presence of PacketFabric’s network interconnection platform at four of Netrality’s edge data center properties nationwide. The deployment increases customers’ interconnection options at the following locations:
- 325 Hudson Street, New York City, NY
- 401 North Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA
- 717 South Wells Street, Chicago, IL
- 1301 Fannin Street, Houston, TX
PacketFabric’s Software-defined Networking (SDN) platform allows instantaneous, reliable, scalable, and secure connectivity between any two or more locations on its network. Netrality customers can now dynamically design and quickly deploy any network configuration leveraging cloud-based network connectivity to meet their unique and growing network demands.
“The addition of PacketFabric’s SDN platform is a strategic enhancement to our connectivity ecosystem, benefiting current and future Netrality customers. PacketFabric’s dynamic service offering affords our customers scalable, reliable and secure access to network and cloud environments — a critical piece of any enterprise’s data center solution today,” says Joshua W. Maes, COO of Netrality Properties.
“PacketFabric allows Netrality customers to create reliable, secure, and scalable networks quickly and without heavy infrastructure spending or long-term commitment,” says William Charnock, CEO of PacketFabric. “Through a web-based portal and advanced Application Program Interface (API), our platform makes it easy and flexible to source, provision and manage networking services.”
To learn more about PacketFabric, visit www.packetfabric.com. If you want to benefit from interconnection at the edge to get as close as possible to your users, learn more about our fiber-connected, urban-situated, interconnected colocation facilities by clicking here.