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PacketFabric is Now Available at Interconnect Miami Data Centers

Interconnect Miami Data Centers (IMDC), the premier data center, colocation, and metro network connectivity provider in South Florida, announces today that access to PacketFabric, the highly scalable connectivity-as-a-service platform and a member of the NantWorks ecosystem of companies, is now available to all IMDC customers. PacketFabric’s fully automated network platform allows for public, private and internet-based network solutions to be designed, provisioned and managed through a single web interface.

“We’ve always offered our customers great colocation and connectivity options with access to all the key metro, long haul and subsea networks in South Florida, including IMDC’s own fiber ring throughout downtown Miami,” comments Jason Cohen, CEO at Interconnect Miami Data Centers. “Now, we’re also able to offer PacketFabric’s dynamic network capabilities, providing our customers instant access to a vast ecosystem of cloud, network and service solutions —a cross connect away from any one of the IMDC facilities.”

By connecting to the PacketFabric platform from an IMDC facility, colocation and metro network customers can instantly provision direct, secure terabit-scale connectivity between any two or more locations on the PacketFabric network. PacketFabric’s any-to-any SDN-powered network facilitates connectivity to its rich ecosystem of cloud service providers, carriers and partners. PacketFabric operates a multi-terabit U.S. footprint that includes more than 150 Points of Presence (PoPs) in 18 metro markets.

“Interconnect Miami’s focus on providing greater choice, access, visibility and control to their customers is in line with our own mission to make network services easier to procure, consume and manage,” adds Chad Milam, President and COO at PacketFabric. “PacketFabric is excited to offer scalable connectivity on demand to IMDC’s customers throughout South Florida.”

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