Telx Ethernet Exchange Extends Network Reach

The company's new solution helps service providers and enterprises to interconnect Ethernet networks.

By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Posted Jun 4, 2010
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Telx has announced the debut of the Telx Ethernet Exchange, the company's new solution that can help service providers and enterprises to seamlessly interconnect their Ethernet networks, providing greater reach to their end customers. According to the company in this Market Watch news release, The Telx Ethernet Exchange platform, enabled by Cisco router and software management technology, lets service providers connect their Ethernet networks without going through the time-consuming, costly process of setting up individual, complex interconnection agreements or building out local fiber networks.


"To expand the reach of service providers' networks, Telx Ethernet Exchange will become available in seven strategic interconnection data centers over the next nine months with initial customers being part of a charter program in the third quarter of 2010. Service providers and enterprises will also receive professional consultation services to help ensure full Ethernet interoperability. Telx Ethernet Exchange is powered by Cisco(R) ASR 9000 Series Aggregation Services Routers and Cisco Active Network Abstraction network management software. Using an automated customer portal, Telx Ethernet Exchange allows users to rapidly establish new virtual connections in minutes and leverage robust reporting, which allows customers to see inventory and metrics to help run their business."

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