LOGIX Fiber Networks to continue Houston, Dallas, and Austin data center expansions

LOGIX Fiber Networks says it will continue expanding offerings in its six Houston, Dallas, and Austin area data centers. The independent fiber-optic network services provider's data centers deliver upgraded power, cooling, and fire suppression systems, physical security and highly available data protection, and a scalable services line to address Texas businesses' demands.

LOGIX Fiber Networks says it will continue expanding offerings in its six Houston, Dallas, and Austin area data centers. The independent fiber-optic network services provider's data centers deliver upgraded power, cooling, and fire suppression systems, physical security and highly available data protection, and a scalable services line to address Texas businesses' demands. LOGIX's completely redundant network architecture is monitored by its own network operations center (NOC), and enables uptime performance that is beyond 99.999% ensuring secure, safe data for Texas business owners and operators.

"By being more flexible, LOGIX is able to work quickly and efficiently with Texas businesses of all sizes while providing a more personal touch," said Richard Rosmarin, LOGIX Fiber Networks chief strategy and marketing officer. "With our Katy data center well positioned outside of the 500-year flood plain, the LOGIX team collaborated with impacted customers so they were able to completely avoid any downtime that would have negatively impacted their bottom line."

LOGIX says it operates more than 6,200 route miles of network covering approximately 250,000 fiber miles throughout Texas, and its fiber optic network reaches over 10,000 Texas buildings. It operates its own data center facilities in the DASH (Dallas-Fort Worth, Austin, San Antonio, and Houston) markets and connects to more than 100 data centers in Texas, linking business to experienced teams that supply high-quality services.

LOGIX data center offering expansion follows its fiber network expansion in Texas with the addition of new fiber in the Houston suburb of Stafford, TX (see "LOGIX Fiber Networks grow South Texas fiber-optic network").

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