Carrier’s carrier and business communications provider Global Capacity has expanded its core network with more than 30 Gigabits of bandwidth between its One Marketplace points of presence (PoPs). Combining its core network with interconnections into TDM and Ethernet access networks, Global Capacity is able to deliver networking solutions to morethan 3 million commercial addresses in North America.
Global Capacity delivers local network connectivity, wide area network (WAN) and national access services.
“The additional bandwidth deployed between Global Capacity’s network PoPs expands the capabilities of One Marketplace, further simplifying the process to extend network reach and automate the pricing and delivery of solutions more cost-effectively across the United States,” said Greg Hough, executive vice president of network strategy for Global Capacity. “This unique design of core network, combined with our leading state of interconnectedness, allows for customers interconnected at one PoP to connect and seamlessly leverage the valuable access networks of other One Marketplace PoPs, providing a true, one-stop network procurement.”
The additional 30 Gigabits of bandwidth is deployed across two core, interconnected and diverse national rings, which provide the national network platform for One Marketplace. One Marketplace delivers national access to more than 380 markets, with additional locations being added in 2013. The services are delivered with a single MSA, centralized online ordering and standardized delivery as well as an ongoing single point of contact for management of network connectivity, the company said.