Keystone NAP connects via Sunesys, Comcast Business fiber-optic networks

Keystone NAP, which offers multi-tenant data center services, security, and capacity, says it has completed connections to the networks of Sunesys and Comcast Business. The connections mean the facility can offer diverse, carrier-neutral, and redundant dark fiber connections to the major peering points in Boston, New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Northern Virginia, and Chicago, as well as to the multi-tenant data centers in these markets.

Keystone NAP, which offers multi-tenant data center services, security, and capacity, says it has completed connections to the networks of Sunesys and Comcast Business. The connections mean the facility can offer diverse, carrier-neutral, and redundant dark fiber connections to the major peering points in Boston, New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Northern Virginia, and Chicago, as well as to the multi-tenant data centers in these markets.

Built on the site of a former steel mill in Fairless Hills, PA, Keystone NAP promises what a press release described as "extreme power durability" from 100kW to 400kW, robust multi-tenant data center services, security and capacity for future growth. Connectivity to the Sunesys and Comcast Business fiber-optic networks ensure multiple fiber links into the facility.

Inside the facility, Keystone NAP also offers fiber connections between its meet-me rooms and the data center's "KeyBlocks." Measuring roughly 45 feet by 21 feet, the KeyBlocks are private, pre-fabricated, modular, and stackable data center vaults co-developed with Schneider Electric. As many as three of the vaults can be stacked together.

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