PacketExchange, provider of private network services with internet economics, has announced the availability of its global network at Telx’s 60 Hudson Street Facility in New York City.
PacketExchange allows existing customers of the Telx facility to connect directly to their trading partners and access networks around the world.
It uses the PacketExchange private infrastructure, as opposed to the public internet, which improves the quality of service.
This makes the PacketExchange network available immediately to more than 400 networks and service providers currently deployed with Telx.
PacketExchange offers Layer-2 MPLS based services, provisioned on a redundant mesh of global 10G wavelengths.
By managing Quality of Service (QoS), PacketExchange offers the low levels of latency as well as near-zero packet loss and jitter that are required for real-time services and reliable transactions.
PacketExchange currently supports the network needs required by digital media, high-definition TV, video, telepresence and Web 2.0 applications.
PacketExchange eXpress, is an exclusive service that enables wide-area peering from one port, without the need to negotiate individual agreements with your globally located network partners.
Beginning June 1 and for a limited time, PacketExchange is offering Telx customers the opportunity to connect to its network without a port charge.
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