August 14, 2018 — Netrality Properties, owner and operator of network neutral interconnection and data center properties, announced today the immediate availability of Amazon Web Services (AWS) Direct Connect service in its Kansas City facility — 1102 Grand. Netrality can now offer customers secure and private connections to AWS, facilitating consistent network performance, lower latency and reduced costs as part of their cloud strategy.
The Kansas City deployment of AWS Direct Connect with Netrality provides customers high-speed, private access to any AWS Region globally. This location is ideal for both AWS end customers and AWS Partner Network (APN) Partners to connect given the density of interconnection options. As the leading data center and largest interconnection provider in Missouri, Netrality provides connectivity to more unique networks than any other provider in the region and direct access to the Kansas City Internet Exchange (KCIX).
“The launch of AWS Direct Connect service in Kansas City enables our customers to greatly improve the performance of their cloud-based applications,” said Joshua Maes, Chief Operating Officer at Netrality. “We look forward to working with AWS to support the digital infrastructure needs of the region.”
In addition to Netrality Kansas City, Netrality also provides access to AWS Direct Connect at their 401 North Broad property in Philadelphia, PA. For those interested in learning more about Netrality’s offerings, please visit www.netrality.com.
Netrality Properties owns and operates network-neutral data centers and colocation facilities driven by rich interconnection environments. Currently, the Netrality portfolio consists of six strategic network interconnection properties including, 717 S. Wells in Chicago, 1301 Fannin in Houston, 1102 Grand in Kansas City, 401 N Broad in Philadelphia and 210 N. Tucker and 900 Walnut in St. Louis. For more information on Netrality Properties, please visit www.netrality.com.