Bandwidth IG Develops Advanced Network Capabilities for Digital Realty's Silicon Valley, Atlanta Data Centers on PlatformDIGITAL

Telecom Tech Outlook | Tuesday, September 14, 2021

Bandwidth IG currently connects to 13 Digital Realty data centers in Silicon Valley, including the recently announced facility at 641 Walsh in Santa Clara.

FREMONT, CA: Bandwidth Infrastructure Group, one of the fastest-growing pure-play metro dark fiber providers in the United States, announced the availability of its dark fiber connectivity solutions across Digital Realty's connected data center campuses in Silicon Valley and Atlanta, two of the country's top data center markets. Digital Realty is in the process of expanding its connectivity offerings on PlatformDIGITAL, a first-of-its-kind global data center platform. Bandwidth Digital Realty's capabilities will be enhanced by IG's dark fiber solutions, which provide hyper-scale, high-quality network infrastructure for digitally transformed businesses in two key markets.

Bandwidth IG currently connects to 13 Digital Realty data centers in Silicon Valley, including the recently announced facility at 641 Walsh in Santa Clara. Bandwidth IG has deployed a number of brand-new dark fiber paths that will enable diverse connectivity options between Digital Realty's new and existing data centers, as well as primary connections to its global partners throughout Silicon Valley.

Bandwidth IG currently provides diverse connectivity to all Digital Realty locations in Atlanta. This includes 56 Marietta, a highly connected internet hub owned and operated by Digital Realty that has grown in importance as a strategic gateway to the Southeast.

"As two of the top data center markets in the U.S., Silicon Valley and Atlanta are home to businesses that are increasingly reliant on processing large data sets to run their enterprise," says Jim Nolte, CEO for Bandwidth IG. "Our customers, either digitally transformed or on their way, look for four things in their network – low signal loss, low-latency, diversity and inventory. In essence, they need the high-quality connectivity that only brand-new, dark fiber networks can provide."