City Lifeline, the London-based independent carrier-neutral colocation data centre, has today announced it can offer its customers a high-density network connection from bandwidth infrastructure provider, euNetworks.
This arrangement now brings the number of voice telecoms carriers and internet carriers to a total of 23 that have chosen to establish a Point of Presence (POP) at City Lifeline’s data centre. Ideal for any organisation requiring high-speed access and monitoring fast transactions, euNetworks’ infrastructure will significantly boost City Lifeline’s connectivity and carrier offering.
Roger Keenan, managing director at City Lifeline says: “We are delighted to be able to give our customers the option of using euNetworks’ fast network. As a carrier neutral colocation data centre it’s vital we can provide a wide range of networks to meet our varied customers’ needs, whether it be a fast network or a direct secure link to the Far East.”
”We are delighted to provide City Lifeline customers with direct connection to our metro network in London and onward to further cities in Europe,” said David Selby, Vice President of Product at euNetworks. “We continue to add more data centres and bandwidth intensive buildings to our metro networks across Europe, enabling enterprises to benefit from our high-bandwidth fibre-based services.”