KDDI America builds U.S. Ethernet hubs

KDDI America, the U.S. unit of the Japan's KDDI, has expanded its Ethernet capabilities in the U.S. by installing its own Ethernet network hubs in Chicago, Dallas and Ashburn, Va., the company announced today. The announcement comes a few months after KDDI America initially unveiled its U.S. Powered Ethernet network. The addition of Layer 2 switches in three data centers will improve KDDI's ability to work closely with dark fiber providers to support end-to-end Ethernet services.

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- Here's the KDDI press release

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