Monroe, La. -- CenturyLink, Inc. today announced that it has launched its first dedicated 100 Gbit/s data networking circuit for a CenturyLink business customer through a direct connection to the company's recently upgraded 100G nationwide network.
DigitalGlobe, a leading provider of commercial high-resolution earth observation and advanced geospatial solutions, will use CenturyLink's 100G Optical Wavelength Service to launch a new product allowing its customers direct access to satellite mapping data. The 100G circuit allows DigitalGlobe to transfer massive amounts of data at lightning speed from its headquarters in Longmont, Colo., to its off-site data center, where its customers will be able to access the data remotely.
As businesses respond to the bandwidth demand driven by cloud computing, mobile traffic, big data, and video streaming, high-bandwidth technologies are becoming necessary for businesses to operate efficiently and competitively.
CenturyLink's Optical Wavelength Service is a private, point-to-point data networking service delivered over a state-of-the-art dense wave division multiplexing network. It provides large enterprise customers with dedicated broadband transport network connectivity without capital outlay or the responsibility of owning and operating network infrastructure. Designed to offer redundancy, Optical Wavelength Service protects against unexpected failures and provides custom routing to meet unique diversity and disaster recovery requirements.
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