1623 Farnam, a regional leader in network-neutral edge interconnection and data center services, announces that Vyve Broadband, a Multiple-System Operator (MSO) providing residential and commercial data, voice, and video service to rural communities, is now the newest network in the 1623 Farnam connectivity ecosystem. The new Vyve Broadband PoP ensures close connections to customers in the Midwest and enriches connectivity options for tenants at 1623 Farnam.
“1623 Farnam is a major interconnection point for the region, and being a part of their rich ecosystem benefits all involved. Not only do we get to significantly expand and improve our own connectivity options, but our customers and communities get even more access to robust digital opportunities,” comments Brad Botts, Vice President of Carrier and Wholesale at Vyve Broadband. “With a PoP in an immensely cloud and connectivity-enabled hub like 1623 Farnam, the potential for further growth and positive customer outcomes is endless.”
“We are always growing our ecosystem to provide the greatest interconnection opportunities for our customers, and we are very excited to welcome Vyve Broadband to 1623 Farnam,” says Todd Cushing, President of 1623. “Our customers have a high level of network assurance with easy access to 100G redundancy, as well as enterprise-grade, carrier-class interconnection, very low latency, and full network resiliency. We take great pride in our location’s ability to deliver all the best of network and connectivity — and then some.”
This Vyve Broadband PoP is the latest addition to 1623’s rapidly expanding ecosystem. Just this year, several local, regional, national, and international networks have added new route diversity or made significant upgrades to circuit capacities within their fiber networks connected to 1623 Farnam. Whether businesses require high capacity, low latency, diversity, price flexibility, or flexible choice, 1623 Farnam’s network providers are built to solve any and all evolving requirements, making it a highly sought-after interconnection point.
1623 Farnam, with its strategic location in the center of the U.S., stands as the interconnection point for the country’s largest carriers’ east/west and north/south routes. A center of secure onramps to the world’s biggest cloud platforms, 1623 Farnam’s carrier-neutral edge data center is at the nexus point between hyperscale cloud providers, carriers and other managed service providers. The highly connected facility is ideally located for optimal data and connectivity solutions, offering access to 50 network companies that deliver local, regional, national, and international reach.
To learn more about 1623 Farnam’s connectivity ecosystem, click here.