QuadraNet, Inc., the leading provider of dedicated servers, colocation, cloud hosting, and other data center solutions in Los Angeles, California, is pleased to announce several new bandwidth carriers to its networks. QuadraNet’s Network Operations team is constantly working to improve its network in an effort to lower latency and enhance routing. As part of that commitment to excellence, QuadraNet officially announced today that its Los Angeles location will now feature transit from NTT and TeliaSonera. NTT, a Japanese telecom company headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, is the largest telecom company in the world in terms of revenue and its network map and global connectivity will contribute an impressive infrastructure to QuadraNet’s already-premium mix of bandwidth. TeliaSonera, a Swedish and Finish network operator, maintains Europe’s largest and fastest-growing wholesale IP backbone. Telia’s strength in QuadraNet’s network stems from its excellent inter-Europe connectivity and no-congestion US-to-Europe and Europe-to-US routes.
Additionally, QuadraNet is pleased to reveal that it is now deploying TeliaSonera and Telefonica transit in its Miami, Florida location. Since the fastest routes to Europe are, naturally, from the east coast, QuadraNet, hopes that the addition of TeliaSonera will further strengthen its connectivity to and from Europe. In addition to its impressive European connectivity, Telefonica’s South and Central American presence is unsurpassable. With highlights such as Meixco, Guatemala, San Juan, Caracas, Bogota, Mancora, Panama, Lima, Buenos Aires, Santiago, Montevideo, Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, and Salvador, just to name some of the more popular ones, Telefonica brings strong Central and South American routes to QuadraNet’s Miami network connectivity.
More information on QuadraNet’s connectivity in various locations can be found on its website at http://www.quadranet.com/company/los-angeles/, http://www.quadranet.com/company/dallas/, and http://www.quadranet.com/company/miami/, respectively. All products, including dedicated servers, colocation, and cloud services, are available in Los Angeles, Dallas, and Miami.