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Hurricane Electric boosts IP Transit with Boston PoP

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Hurricane Electric has deployed its second Boston PoP, this time at CoreSite's BO1 data centre in Somerville, MA.

BO1 serves a variety of sectors, offering access to network, cloud and IT providers. The wider Boston area is a leading life sciences hub and home to many other growing sectors

Additionally, Massachusetts boasts nearly 100 hospitals, as well as leading universities such as Harvard and MIT which are well known for their STEM programs.

This new PoP will provide additional IP transit options and access to Hurricane Electric’s rich global network to growing organisations throughout the Greater Boston area, which is an established hub for life sciences and home to many other growing sectors, of which BO1 serves a variety, offering access to network, cloud and IT providers. Further, Massachusetts is home to Harvard and MIT, both well known for their STEM programs.

“We’re excited to launch our second Point of Presence in Boston,” said Mike Leber, president, Hurricane Electric. “Hurricane Electric looks forward to offering Greater Boston’s bustling economy increased connectivity options to meet their demanding network requirements.”

CoreSite BO1 serves a wide variety of sectors, offering access to leading network, cloud and IT providers. The facility has over 253,000 square feet of data center space and can support high-density, computer-intensive requirements, and can scale from cabinets and cages to private suites. The facility offers a 100% uptime SLA, supported by an operations team and 24x7x365 security.

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