Equinix Opens Dallas 'IBX' Center

A place where content providers, ASPs, and e-businesses can connect with carriers, ISPs, and management companies

September 13, 2000

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DALLAS -- Equinix, Inc. (Nasdaq: EQIX), creator and operator of neutral Internet Business Exchange(TM) (IBX(TM)) centers, today announced the grand opening of its 55,000 square foot IBX(TM) center in the Dallas, Texas metropolitan area. Initial participants in the center include InterNAP Network Services Corporation (Nasdaq: INAP), Level 3 Communications, Inc. (Nasdaq: LVLT), NorthPoint Communications (Nasdaq: NPNT), Qwest Communications International (NYSE: Q), and WorldCom Inc.

Equinix's uniquely neutral IBX(TM) centers are the only places where Internet content providers, e-commerce companies and Application Service Providers (ASPs) can choose from the widest variety of best-in-class ISPs and web site and performance management companies. Equinix currently operates IBX(TM) centers in the greater New York, Washington, D.C. and Silicon Valley areas.

"The Dallas area has become an increasingly important technology hub for North America," said Peter Van Camp, CEO of Equinix. "The Equinix Dallas IBX(TM) center gives the region's technology companies the ability to choose from the premier Internet companies to optimize their Internet presence and improve business performance and revenues."


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