Hurricane Electric brings capabilities to Phoenix NAP

Soon Phoenix NAP customers will have yet another new peering option to choose from as Hurricane Electric has established a point of presence in the company's Phoenix location.

Hurricane Electric's presence at the Phoenix NAP will help other service providers address ongoing concerns over the IPv4 to IPv6 migration. Service providers that reside at the Phoenix NAP and need IPv6 transition capabilities will be able to tap into Hurricane Electric's IPv4 and IPv6 transit services.

Martin Levy, Director of IPv6 Strategy at Hurricane Electric, said the relationship with Phoenix NAP "will improve fault tolerance, load balancing and congestion management infrastructure capabilities for the delivery of next-generation IP access services."

Service providers that reside at the Phoenix NAP that want to purchase Hurricane Electric's services can either buy them directly or work with Phoenix NAP.

For more:
- see the release here

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