Global Crossing brings fiber to the Phoenix NAP

Carriers and enterprises that connect into the Phoenix NAP datacenter will now have yet another connectivity choice as Global Crossing has extended its fiber network into the service provider's facility.

Existing Phoenix NAP carrier and enterprise tenants will be able access Global Crossing's IP-based network services, including access to its Tier 1 IP backbone, fully converged MPLS/VPN network and WAN transport products.

Built with flexibility in mind, Phoenix NAP tenants can choose what network carrier they want for connectivity. Customers can either work directly with a carrier such as Global Crossing or with the Phoenix NAP to get the service they need.

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