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Level 3 Brings IP Transit to Typhon Data Center Operations
Level 3 is connecting Typhon's international data center operations by providing its high-speed IP services to the hosting company.
Both companies have signed a new agreement that expands the existing three-year business relationship between them.
The company has presence in more than 45 countries and provides a size and depth of connectivity on a broad scale.
Level 3 has served as Typhon's primary IP transit provider in Europe and the U.S. The company’s network capacity, resilient service and global network reach will enhance Typhon’s competitive position by offering the global connectivity demanded by the hosting customers.
Typhon is also using Level 3 for transatlantic capacity to interconnect its North America and French operation centers over a dedicated transport link.
"As a quickly growing company that depends on customer recommendations, we needed a provider who is as keenly focused on quality of service and delivering an exceptional customer experience as we are," said Jules Vo-Dinh, co-founder and CEO of Typhon. "After working with Level 3 for several years now, we knew they would deliver that winning combination – along with the network reach and performance – and enable us to rise above the competition and better serve our customers."
"Because we offer IP services in all of the data centers where Typhon has operations, we can deliver the capacity that will support their growth, and the reach that will provide them with a resilient service in their Paris-area points of presence," said James Heard, regional president of EMEA for Level 3. "This agreement represents Level 3's commitment to serving hosting providers and content providers, and to helping our customers leverage the investments we've made in our network to make them more successful."
Last month, the Metro Ethernet Forum (News - Alert) (MEF), an industry alliance, honored Level 3 with the "Service Provider of the Year" award for its Ethernet services in the Caribbean and Latin America (CALA).
Anuradha Shukla is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Juliana Kenny
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