SEATTLE–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Spectrum Networks, one of the largest, independent Internet providers in the Northwest, has expanded its network presence in the Puget Sound area with a new point of presence (POP) in Kanobe / BDS data center located in Bothell, Washington.
This new data center addition complements Spectrum Network’s existing deployments in many of the region’s premier data centers including the Westin Building, Pittock Block Building (Portland), Adhost Data Center at Fisher Plaza, 1000 Denny and Sabey’s Intergate Tukwila campus.
With the addition of this new connection, Spectrum Networks is now interconnected to Black Rock Cable’s extensive fiber optic network in the North Puget Sound region, thus providing first-rate access to Ethernet transport services between data centers for thousands of North Sound businesses via Spectrum Network’s reliable, ultra high-speed and enterprise-quality IP network infrastructure.
“By adding Spectrum Networks to our carrier partners, we also add great route diversity and increased IP transport and transit capacity for our co-location and data center customers. Spectrum Networks’ premium bandwidth ensures that we are able to provide and exceed our 99.999% service-level agreement (SLA), which our customers require in today’s marketplace.” – William Nelson, CEO, Kanobe, Inc.
“The addition of our Bothell connection continues to fulfill Spectrum Networks’ vision to expand into new markets and allows us to offer our premier services to regions of customers who demand high-availability network connections for their business operations. We are excited to continue to support the needs of business and IT professionals in the Northwest.” – John van Oppen, CEO, Spectrum Networks