XO Communications goes 40G nationwide

MARCH 29, 2010 -- XO Communications (OTCBB: XOHO) has announced the availability of 40-Gbps network services in all major metropolitan markets the company serves across the United States.

MARCH 29, 2010 -- XO Communications (OTCBB: XOHO) has announced the availability of 40-Gbps network services in all major metropolitan markets the company serves across the United States. The new capabilities are designed to meet growing demand for ultra high-bandwidth and low-latency network connectivity by enterprise and wholesale customers.

XO says its 40-Gbps network offerings provide the broadest nationwide availability and bring all the operational and performance benefits customers need to manage more bandwidth more cost-effectively. The new capabilities include:

  • 40-Gbps wavelength services, which enable customers to use a single 40-Gbps link for ultra high-bandwidth network connections between two locations and provide the operational benefits of managing one link instead of purchasing multiple 10-Gbps links.
  • 40 Gbps IP transit services, which enable customers to aggregate large volumes of Internet traffic over a single connection and not have to manage multiple dedicated Internet access circuits.

XO Communications is offering an audio podcast in which its CTO, Randy Nicklas, discusses how enterprises and service providers can leverage the benefits of the new services.

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