24/7 Mid-Atlantic Network expands DC, Virginia footprint

24/7 Mid-Atlantic Network , a high-capacity transport service provider for the Baltimore, Washington, DC, metro and Delmarva Peninsula regions, says it will expand its reach in Washington, DC, and Virginia. The network extension will add more than 300 route miles to 24/7's existing infrastructure, which will enable connectivity to downtown Washington, DC, as well as McLean, Reston, and Ashburn, VA back to its existing Maryland network.

May 10th, 2012

24/7 Mid-Atlantic Network , a high-capacity transport service provider for the Baltimore, Washington, DC, metro and Delmarva Peninsula regions, says it will expand its reach in Washington, DC, and Virginia. The network extension will add more than 300 route miles to 24/7's existing infrastructure, which will enable connectivity to downtown Washington, DC, as well as McLean, Reston, and Ashburn, VA back to its existing Maryland network.

The new high-speed fiber-optic routes will help carrier customers connect to key facilities in Washington, DC and data centers in Northern Virginia, Maryland's 270 corridor, and the corridor parallel to Interstate 95 between Baltimore and Washington, 24/7 asserts. Customers in Virginia and DC will be able to access 24/7's Baltimore and Delmarva Peninsula network as well.

"As major points of interconnection for data centers and networking, Virginia and DC are markets with flourishing growth potential," states Chris Morris, president and chief operations officer of 24/7 Mid-Atlantic Network. "As the Mid-Atlantic is a central access point for national and international business, strategic investment in expanding the region is a major focus for 24/7. Our long-term commitment to the region is supported by the growth of our employee base, consisting of experts in high-performance fiber networks."

The new infrastructure will give 24/7 a total of 800 fiber route miles throughout the greater DC and Maryland area.

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