Indiana Fiber Network (IFN), the Indiana statewide network service provider has partnered with 365 Data Centers to establish a point-of-presence (PoP) in Indianapolis. IFN will leverage the company’s Indianapolis data center location to expand cloud connectivity options and provide peering access to the Midwest Internet Exchange (MidWest-IX).
365 Data Centers is a data center solutions provider for cloud, content, carriers and enterprises in tier 2 markets. IFN is an Indiana statewide network and telecommunications service provider.
August Zehner, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Indiana Fiber Network said:
This point-of-presence (PoP) is great news for our customers because they now have access to 365 Data Centers’ secure, reliable and compliant co-location solutions.
They can leverage carrier neutral connectivity to any of the 12 providers currently in this facility and peering through the MidWest-IX, where they can reduce the costs associated with moving Internet traffic.
Steve Weaver, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for 365 Data Centers says that the partnership supports the company’s strategy of pushing networks to the edge as IFN provides unparalleled reach, connecting over 4,000 buildings, across the state of Indiana. He also added that access to the IFN fiber network is a tremendous benefit to customers in Indiana and to cloud providers across the nation.