Telia Carrier has added another new diverse and latency-optimised DWDM route in the U.S., between Chicago and Denver via Des Moines, IA and Omaha, NE. The expansion is part of the company’s ongoing organic buildout of its North American network and commitment to provide customers both direct and diverse route options. The project also includes new metro ring overbuild networks in Chicago connecting the O’Hare area, where there are dozens of data centres nearby, proceeding directly to Des Moines and Omaha and then on to Denver with metro overbuild in the Tech Centre area.
According to local publication Silicon Prairie News, the American heartland has quietly been cementing its place in the technology world with three tech hubs that make up the Silicon Prairie: Des Moines, IA; Omaha, NE and Kansas City, Mo., are experiencing rapid growth in the tech sector. From Des Moines and Omaha, new regional cloud and content data centre deployments and emerging start-ups have triggered a tech revolution, building out operations and manufacturing in the region. “Customers that are flooding the region demand more diversity in routes and connectivity options. Diversity protects against interruptions in service, which is essential to customer experience in today’s competitive markets. Our new expansion in the region offers flexibility, gives customers access to shorter routes, and lays the foundation for future route expansion in North America,” said Art Kazmierczak, Telia Carrier’s Director of Business and Network Development. “We’re committed to the needs of our customers, delivering new diverse routes between major hubs; and connectivity at-scale in edge markets along those routes. These new network buildouts position Telia Carrier as a preferred provider for diversity with an extensive footprint serving America’s heartland.”
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