Arelion has introduced a new route between Denver and the San Francisco Bay Area, using Salt Lake City and Reno as connecting points. This announcement represents the company's fourth transcontinental route in the United States, from east to west.
Multi-terabit scale capacity is provided through the new path's open optical line technologies, which enable multi-vendor transponders and coherent pluggable components to provide customers with 10G, 100G, and 400G Wavelengths.
This network investment in Denver, Salt Lake City, Reno, and the San Francisco Bay Area is directly in response to our customers' growing technology demands," said Wes Cantrall, head of sales in North America, Arelion.
We can accommodate the terabit-scale requirements of businesses in these dynamic marketplaces because we introduce new options for variety and high capacity to these areas. To facilitate the expansion of innovative companies in underserved areas, we have made a concerted effort to establish connections across emerging markets throughout the nation.
By establishing a PoP at Flexential's Centennial site, Arelion can better serve customers in the southern parts of the Denver metropolitan area. Expanding its metro options, Arelion may now avoid network congestion caused by legacy carrier hotels in downtown Denver.
With cheaper energy costs, renewable energy, and more dependable connection than other coastal locations, the company's new Point of Presence (PoP) at the Switch Citadel campus in Tahoe Reno offers clients a cost-effective option for servicing Northern California.
Finally, Arelion's new route will provide low-latency access to four core data center campuses in Salt Lake City, meeting hyper-scale demands' substantial bandwidth and diversity requirements.
The new route, which will be operational by the end of the second quarter, will provide the firm with more options better to service the data center ecosystem in the Bay Area.