AboveNet Expands Fiber Network in Orange County California
AboveNet, in the midst of a continued build out to top markets, has announced a strategic expansion of its high performance network to business communities in the Los Angeles metropolitan area. New ultra fast, fiber optic routes will extend AboveNet’s reach to carrier and enterprise customers in Costa Mesa, Irvine and southern Orange County. As part of AboveNet’s latest roll out of new fiber rings, businesses in the Costa Mesa and Irvine areas now have access to competitively priced, low latency network connectivity solutions including Metro Ethernet, IP and wave services. This network infrastructure extension will enable rapid deployment of fiber service connections in and between Orange County’s many key data centers and business hubs.
The new fiber loops will serve as a large feeder ring, connecting offices, data centers and carrier hotels to AboveNet’s high-speed, fiber backbone now servicing the central business districts of Irvine and Costa Mesa. Additionally, the new Irvine ring will support AboveNet Pacific Region’s newest point of presence at 17222 Von Karman Avenue. AboveNet customers in Orange County will benefit from the company’s expansive fiber optic footprint with network capabilities in the top U.S and Europe metros and connections to buildings containing more than 400 data centers. Total infrastructure spans more than 2.3 million fiber miles, an intercity network spanning approximately 12,000 route miles and a global Tier 1 IP backbone.
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