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EdgeConneX® Builds Remote Mice Node Into Its New Minneapolis Edge Data Center®
Partnership Advances Local Internet Community by Enabling Improved Connectivity, Performance, Cost and Content Delivery
Herndon, VA – July 20, 2015 – EdgeConneX®, specializing in hosting solutions at the edge of the network, announces today a partnership with the Midwest Internet Cooperative Exchange (MICE) to build a new remote MICE node into its Minneapolis-based Edge Data Center® (EDC), available in the fourth quarter of 2015. Located at 6875 Shady Oak Road in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, the expansion will be instrumental in the advancement of the local Internet community by ensuring dynamic content delivery to local-market consumers.
Offering a new diverse dark fiber path, EdgeConneX will provide secure connectivity between the MICE node inside its Minneapolis EDC and the MICE Core Switch, located in Downtown East Minneapolis’ 511 Building. This remote switch will enable EdgeConneX Minneapolis customers, including wireless carriers, service providers, CDN and enterprises, to have direct access to MICE’s Bilateral and Multilateral Peering Services as well as Direct Content Services provided by leading CDN and content providers.
“Having a remote MICE node inside our Minneapolis EDC will enable EdgeConneX to provide customers with a new access point to MICE’s Core Switch as well as participating networks,” remarks Clint Heiden, Chief Commercial Officer at EdgeConneX. “MICE’s established participant base, coupled with our purpose-built and strategically placed Minneapolis EDC, will allow providers to mitigate traffic latency by bypassing Chicago and ensure the fastest and most reliable physical delivery of content to local-market consumers.”
MICE is a nonprofit, donation-supported
and volunteer operated network exchange located in Minneapolis,
Minnesota. Started by Steve Howard of Paul Bunyan Telephone and Jay
Hanke of Mankato Networks in 2010 to improve MSP-area bandwidth and
connection speeds, and to level the playing field for smaller
operators, MICE has grown to over 60 participants across both its core
and remote switches. MICE members include Internet Service Providers
(ISPs), Application Service Providers (ASPs), carriers, cable
companies, VoIP providers, government entities, academic institutions
and content providers.
“MICE is thrilled to support a second
major data center provider in the twin cities region, and we look
forward to connecting many customers from this new EdgeConneX
facility,” adds Reid Fishler, Board Member of MICE. “The EdgeConneX
Minneapolis EDC is a reliable and ideally located facility for our
newest node, increasing the connectivity options available, while
further advancing our shared mission of improving Internet connectivity
at the Edge.”
EdgeConneX specializes in providing purpose-built, power dense and edge of network Edge Data Centers and wireless solutions that enable the fastest delivery of content to end-users.
EdgeConneX has created a new Edge of the Internet by designing and deploying facilities that are strategically positioned nearest to network provider aggregation points, ensuring the lowest latency data delivery, with an improved quality of service.
The EdgeConneX Minneapolis EDC is
purpose-built and precisely located to provide the shortest and fastest
routes for content delivery to local consumers, enterprises and
Internet customers throughout the upper Midwest. For more information
about EdgeConneX and its leading Edge of network infrastructure
solutions for expanding and improving access to wireless and data
communications, visit: edgeconnex.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
EdgeConneX® is a data center provider specializing in hosting content at the edge of the network. They provide Space, Power & Connectivity for content, network, colocation, CDNs and service providers, as well as wireless carriers, telecommunications companies, and commercial property owners. EdgeConneX has created a new Edge for traditional networks offering superior performance and economics. Their purpose-built Meet You Points® optimize delivery of data at network-critical locations closest to the end user. For more information, please visit the EdgeConneX Internet of Everywhere at edgeconnex.com.
About Midwest Internet Cooperative Exchange (MICE)
MICE was created to improve Internet connectivity, increase performance and reduce cost by keeping Internet traffic local in the upper Midwest. MICE is a non-profit, member-driven organization that enables the exchange of traffic via public peering, which reduces backhaul/bandwidth charges and network latency. MICE members include Internet Service Providers (ISP), Application Service Providers (ASP), carriers, cable companies, VoIP providers, government entities, higher education institutions, and content providers. For more information about MICE, visit micemn.net.
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