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Integra Beefs Up Data Center Footprint

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PORTLAND, Ore. -- Integra, a provider of fiber-based, carrier-grade networking, communications and technology solutions, has connected 30 data centers to its network since October 2013. The surge brings Integra’s total on-network data centers to 92, a nearly 50 percent increase in the timeframe, reflecting continued demand among enterprise and wholesale customers for high-bandwidth, low-latency fiber connectivity to critical infrastructure.

The recently added retail and wholesale data centers serve a broad range of data center operators and their customers with reliable, high-bandwidth connectivity to support their critical data, transport solutions, cloud services, and infrastructure needs. The data centers are located in Integra metro fiber markets with a concentration in Phoenix and the California Bay Area. Integra customers will benefit from this and other recent strategic investments in network expansion, such as a new long-haul fiber route connecting Salt Lake City with Northern California and expanded Ethernet-over-Copper (EoC) access.

Integra Telecom Inc.

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