Dedicated connections across long-haul networks assure high-bandwidth, low-latency data transport for carriers, multi-location enterprises and cloud services
VANCOUVER, Wash.– September 30, 2014 – Integra™, a provider of fiber-based, carrier-grade networking, communications and technology solutions, announced it has established dedicated Express Routes for its Wavelength services. The Express Routes offer low-latency, high-bandwidth backbone connectivity throughout Integra’s network footprint. Integra has established Express Routes for dedicated, point-to-point 100G connectivity between metro areas across the Western U.S. including Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Sacramento, Salt Lake City and Seattle.
"Integra’s 100G Express Routes further extend the benefits of our Wavelength services, providing cost-efficient, low-latency connectivity for carriers, multi-location enterprise networks and content providers who require secure, dedicated bandwidth for data transport between long-haul locations,” said Joseph Harding, Integra’s chief marketing officer. "For customers who see network performance and business performance as inextricably linked, our Express Routes are the quickest path to success."
Integra’s Wavelength services are the transport engine for carriers, data centers and major cloud services providers, affording secure, reliable and diverse connectivity as a critical element of their data infrastructures. Since introducing its Wavelength services, Integra has seen significant adoption among domestic and foreign exchange carriers as well as leading content providers who want a fully managed, private and dedicated network they can rely on without capital expense or management overhead.
Integra’s Wavelengths Express Routes are available today to deliver secure, private low-latency connections between key points throughout Integra’s network footprint. For more information about Wavelengths services, visit http://www.integratelecom.com/enterprise/products/pages/dense-wavelength-division-multiplexing.aspx.
Integra™ provides facilities-based communications and network services to enterprises, small and mid-sized businesses, government agencies and carriers throughout the western United States, with nationwide and international connectivity delivered via a robust IP/MPLS network. Integra’s vast, privately owned network connects customers to 6,400 miles of long-haul fiber optic infrastructure and 3,000 miles of metro fiber across 35 cities in 11 states, and its Ethernet-over-copper infrastructure extends ubiquitous Ethernet access to more than 460,000 business locations. Customers trust Integra for secure, reliable, low-latency solutions to power high-bandwidth cloud services, data center connectivity and the applications that drive their success. Integra’s services are backed by hands-on support and strong service level agreements.