Greatresponder.com – 2011-07-22 – On Friday, Web hosting provider Level 3 Communications announced an agreement which it has signed with Critical Data Network to provide high-speed internet protocol services in support of its operations in Southern California and Mexico.
This announcement came about a month after the company announced the expantion of its network services into Telx’s New Jersey data center.
Just a month prior, the company announced expansion plans for its data center in Clifton, New Jersey.
The partnership extends the companies’ existing relationship where Level 3 is currently providing colocation services to Critical Data Network.
The high-speed internet provider, Critical Data Network offers to its end-user clients a wide range of Internet solutions, including servers, colocation space, virtual private server hosting and VoIP services. Critical Data Network is also using Level 3’s advanced IP services to provide customers with a reliable Internet experience, all in hopes of improving its network capabilities.
According to the 3 year contract Critical Data Network will deliver to the company a total of 10Gbps high-speed Internet protocol. Critical Data Network will be reselling to its customers.
“Critical Data Network is dedicated to continually improving its infrastructure and service availability,” said, CEO for Critical Data Network, Norman Jester. “Our customers demand a high-quality service experience, and working with Level 3 will better enable us to effectively meet that demand while expanding our current service portfolio.”
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