JULY 22, 2009 -- tw telecom (search Lightwave for tw telecom) has announced the addition of a new 6,200-sq-ft co-location facility to serve the data backup requirements of Denver area businesses.
tw telecom recently connected its Denver and Colorado Springs metro networks so customers in both cities can send and receive voice, Internet, and data traffic directly over the carrier's fiber network, which can connect them across town and across the country. The company has nearly 300 route miles of fiber in Colorado serving the needs of enterprises in healthcare, financial services, manufacturing, education, and government and military.
The new co-location facility has diverse fiber entries, heating ventilation and air conditioning support, and biometric and digital camera security. It is easily accessible from either the Denver or Colorado Springs metro networks, tw telecom asserts.
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