Level 3 to work with European gaming company

14 July 2011 |


Level 3 has been selected by Interactive 3D (i3D.net) to provide network support for the Dutch gaming service provider. Level 3 will provide high-speed IP connections and wavelength transport services out of its PoP in Rotterdam, which will give Interactive 3D the opportunity to peer out of multiple locations.

Interactive 3D can use Level 3’s network to better meet the demands of its customers for greater internet connections. It will also give the business more connectivity to European internet exchanges and offer more peering locations.

“Our relationship with Interactive 3D in Rotterdam is largely the result of our commitment to deepening our presence in Europe, providing greater connectivity options and consistently delivering service excellence,” said James Heard, president of European Markets at Level 3. “We’re regularly identifying opportunities like this to provide more of the telecommunications services our customers want in the locations that will allow them to more effectively grow their businesses.”

This partnership comes days after Level 3’s new ultra-low-latency fibre route was announced between London and Frankfurt to target the financial sector. Now with its partnership with Interactive 3D, Level 3 is demonstrating its commitments to deepen its presence in European telecoms.