Tyco Telecommunications joins Telx "supernode" at 60 Hudson Street

12 May 2003, New York, NY Lightwave--Undersea network systems and service provider Tyco Telecommunications, a business unit of Tyco Electronics, is joining the Telx carrier-neutral interconnection facility in New York City.

May 12th, 2003

12 May 2003, New York, NY Lightwave--Undersea network systems and service provider Tyco Telecommunications, a business unit of Tyco Electronics, is joining the a href=http://www.telx.com>Telx carrier-neutral interconnection facility in New York City.

Based at 60 Hudson Street, Telx offers direct access to over 100 network providers, providing Tyco Telecommunications with an array of connectivity options to leverage the Tyco Global Network (TGN). TGN offers custom global bandwidth solutions ranging from city-to-city connections to complex, multi-point and channelized networks in the U.S., Europe, and most recently, Asia.

"The ability to rapidly connect to a multitude of network providers is a critical requirement for today's global service providers," states Eric Gutshall, Tyco Telecommunications' executive director of sales, Americas region. "Our presence at the Telx supernode provides us with direct, rapid connectivity options which enables us to offer convenient and cost-efficient network service solutions to our growing customer base."

Telx operates the largest carrier-neutral interconnection facility in New York City. The "supernode" provides network access to more than 100 network carriers and enterprise customers within its 40,000 square feet of secure facilities.


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