(Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine) – Atlantic.Net (http://www.atlantic.net), a privately-held hosting solutions provider, announced the expansion of their network peering by adding Cogent to their carrier neutral data center. Cogent is one of the world’s largest Internet Service Providers and operates one of the largest Tier 1 optical IP networks with over 27,500 Gbps of internetworking. This addition enhances Atlantic.Net’s ability to meet clients’ increasingly large bandwidth requirements.
“Adding Cogent to our network is a great compliment to our infrastructure, which means more options and cost-effective bandwidth for our clients,” said Brett Haines, Director of Operations at Atlantic.Net. “We are always striving to find ways to make our service even more affordable, so that we can continue to provide the utmost value to our customers.”
Atlantic.Net currently operates a carrier neutral facility with carriers including TW Telecom, Level 3 Communications, Verizon, AT&T, Bright House Networks, Windstream, FPL Fibernet, and Cogent. Atlantic.Net’s Data Center is SSAE 16 Certified, which proves ideal for organizations looking to house their infrastructure in a secure facility that meets compliance requirements. Additionally, customers can take advantage of cost savings by colocating in a world-class data center facility. To learn more about the hosting solutions offered by Atlantic.Net, please visit http://www.atlantic.net.
Atlantic.Net is a market-leading Hosting Solutions Provider recognized for providing exceptional business hosting service, simplifying complex technologies, and building a brand that businesses trust since 1994. Atlantic.Net specializes in providing Cloud Servers, Colocation, Dedicated Servers and Virtualization Hosting Services. Atlantic.Net owns and operates a SSAE 16 (SOC 1) TYPE II (Formerly SAS 70) audited and certified data center infrastructure and is dedicated to implementing tailored hosting solutions that enable clients to enjoy the benefits of cost savings.