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Iron Mountain and Telia Carrier extend global connectivity partnership

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Telia Carrier and Iron Mountain Data Centers have expanded its data centre partnership with IP Transit services in new locations.

Specifically, the IP Transit Services will now be available in Manassas, Virginia; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Edison, New Jersey and Phoenix, Arizona in the US as well as London, Amsterdam and Singapore.

The partnership gives Iron Mountain’s data centre customers new options for high performance diverse connectivity in the US to global hubs in Asia-Pacific and Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

"Telia Carrier prides itself on customer centricity and our global network is designed to support the needs of our customers wherever they are. Through this expanded partnership with Iron Mountain Data Centers, we can meet demand for high capacity, lower-latency services from critical industries that have rigorous requirements -- like mitigating the risk of natural disasters and offering long-term scalability, to IT asset compliance and exacting global banking standards,” said Ivo Pascucci, vice president of global sales at Telia Carrier.

 “This partnership allows us to jointly offer our Cloud and IP Transit services to large enterprise, finance, education, government and research sectors who are seeking enterprise-class facilities with secure and highly interconnected data centre capacity that can scale with their business.”

As a result of the extended collaboration, Iron Mountain Data Center customers within the expanded regions have access to Telia Carrier’s global backbone, AS1299, as well as the local availability of I IP Transit, Cloud Connect, DDoS Mitigation, Ethernet and IPX services.

"Telia Carrier’s expansion is further evidence of Iron Mountain Data Centers commitment to growing its highly connected global ecosystem delivering performance benefits to customers. We are delighted to be working with global leaders like Telia as we continue to expand and enable our customer communities around the world." said Michael DeVito (pictured), senior vice president of sales and marketing at Iron Mountain Data Centers.

“Our commitment to federal grade, multi-layer security and clean energy alternatives, combined with Telia Carrier’s number one global backbone exceeds the most stringent requirements for business needs today and into the future.”

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