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Integra Extends Its Fiber Into vXchnge's Santa Clara Data Center

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Integra’s fiber connectivity to the vXchnge data center aligns with its strategic plans to invest in existing and adjacent markets leveraging its existing network. This includes expansion of fiber assets to strategic targets in the San Francisco Bay Area. Integra presently has over 6,000 miles of long-haul fiber-optic network, 3,000 miles of metropolitan fiber and a nationwide IP/MPLS network that can deliver high bandwidth services to over 460,000 businesses.

“In our search for prime data centers to connect to, vXchnge registered high on our radar, not only for its prime West Coast location, but for its industry leading data center design that supports high-power and cooling densities, a necessity for new cloud service deployments. vXchnge’s flexible, high-performance infrastructure platforms are designed to afford customers and service providers growth and scale dimensions that our clients’ applications and technologies demand,” states Dan Stoll SVP Strategy and Development of Integra. “We look forward to providing a connectivity solution for our mutual customers that require vXchnge’s infrastructure capabilities and Integra’s high capacity network services. These customers are afforded seamless, secure transport via our available high-bandwidth products.”

Integra Telecom Inc.

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