Southern Cross Cable Network is expanding its footprint to make its international capacity services available from a further four key data-centre locations across Los Angeles and Silicon Valley.
President & CEO, Anthony Briscoe, commented that part of the key strength of Southern Cross has been its ability to deliver seamless, highly resilient, capacity solutions to its existing Point of Presence (POP) access locations in Sydney Equinix SY1, 55 South Market San Jose (CoreSite SV1) and the Westin Building Exchange (WBX) in Seattle, along with its cable station access points in Portland and Southern California.
“Southern Cross Ethernet services coupled with our ability to deliver high bandwidth to key content locations, has been extremely popular with our customers. Listening to our customer requirements and being able to quickly innovate and adapt to meet their growing needs is something we pride ourselves on”, said Mr Briscoe.
“With that in mind, it is extremely pleasing to announce that we have been working closely with our Data Centre and US backhaul partners and will be extending our POP access locations to further key sites on the US West Coast, to include One Wilshire, LA (CoreSite LA1); 600 West 7th, LA (Equinix LA1); along with 529 Bryant Street, Palo Alto (Equinix SV8) and 11 Great Oaks (Equinix SV1) from early 2016.”
“Along with our existing key internet data centre access points, these developments further underline Southern Cross’ commitment and position as the only single system provider of highly resilient innovative international capacity solutions between key data locations in Australia, New Zealand, the USA and Fiji.”