PacketExchange leverages Equinix data centers to expand network-as-a-service internationally

PacketExchange, an Ethernet and IP network service provider, is now offering network-infrastructure-as-a-service (NIaaS) within nine Equinix data centers across three continents. PacketExchange’s NIaaS recently expanded into two Equinix European facilities, Amsterdam and London.

PacketExchange, an Ethernet and IP network service provider, is now offering network-infrastructure-as-a-service (NIaaS) within nine Equinix data centers across three continents. PacketExchange’s NIaaS recently expanded into two Equinix European facilities, Amsterdam and London. The expansion grants Equinix customers access to PacketExchange’s global network that offers point-to-point and point-to-multipoint network services globally.

The PacketExchange NIaaS is designed to provide enterprises network managers with network infrastructure as a fully managed service instead of having to maintain their own hardware assets, engineering resources, and fixed capacity WAN circuits. Companies can use the service to quickly scale capacity and access reliable, secure cloud-hosted applications, PacketExchange asserts.

With Equinix, PacketExchange’s NIaaS is accessible by Equinix customers across nine locations including Amsterdam, London, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Jose, Dallas, Ashburn, and Singapore.

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