NEW YORK, NY – TELEHOUSE, the United States' leading provider of dedicated data centers, international Internet exchanges, and managed IT services, announces its strategic partnership with United Fiber & Data (UFD). The partnership aligns two of the telecommunication industry’s thought leaders in a long-term commitment to drive the growth of both companies.
The partnership will allow TELEHOUSE to meet customer demand for dark fiber by utilizing UFD’s NXT LVL, state-of-the-art fiber optic network. UFD’s network offers best-in-class technology and a diverse route, which is strategically positioned West of the North East Corridor’s traditional route. TELEHOUSE customers will be able to connect to major carrier hotels in New York and New Jersey, as well as to the Teleport facility, TELEHOUSE’s purpose built Disaster Recovery/Business Continuity Data Center located on Staten Island . Delivery of dark fiber solutions to TELEHOUSE customers is expected to begin in October 2013.
“TELEHOUSE is pleased to be working with United Fiber & Data’s customer centric approach to enhance the dark fiber solutions our Customers’ increasing demand requires and our supporting network services depend on,” says Fred Cannone, Director of Sales and Marketing at TELEHOUSE.
Christopher Lodge, UFD’s President and COO, echoes Fred’s sentiments, “UFD couldn’t be more thrilled to make this announcement. It’s a true win-win partnership, one from which the telecommunications industry will benefit immensely.”
The partnership also provides UFD with access to the New York International Internet Exchange (NYIIX), one of the world’s largest International peering exchanges. The seamless switching fabrics of NYIIX will provide UFD with powerful network-to-network connections, enhanced network performance and improved connectivity.