zColo expands colocation and interconnection services to Pittsburgh

zColo, a network neutral provider of colocation and interconnection services, says it will begin offering its services in Pittsburgh, PA, growing to 11 colocation facilities nationally. The Pittsburgh Meet-Me-Room provides multiple connection options for enterprise, carrier, and technology providers to interconnect in a single environment.

zColo, a network neutral provider of colocation and interconnection services, says it will begin offering its services in Pittsburgh, PA, growing to 11 colocation facilities nationally. The Pittsburgh Meet-Me-Room provides multiple connection options for enterprise, carrier, and technology providers to interconnect in a single environment.

Customers who leverage the Pittsburgh Meet-Me-Room will access Zayo’s local fiber footprint, which provides connection to more than 4,000 on-net locations nationally as well as access to 13 existing carrier customer networks for regional out-of-market transport requirements. zColo says it will develop this network accessibility in the future to deliver its interconnection environment to the Pittsburgh market.

“Pittsburgh, and specifically the Allegheny Center Mall campus, represents a critical gateway between the Northeast and Mid-West markets,” said Chris Morley, president of zColo. “We have created the de-facto interconnection ecosystem within this market delivering access to the widest number of carrier, financial and peering networks.

The Pittsburgh facility, located in carrier hotel at 2500 Allegheny Center Mall, is the sixth facility addition for zColo in 2011, bringing its colocation space footprint to more than 170,000 sq. ft. In addition to Pittsburgh, zColo operates Interconnection facilities in:

Cincinnati, OHLos Angeles, CANew York, NY
Cleveland, OHMemphis, TNNewark, NJ
Columbus, OHNashville, TNMinneapolis, MN

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