CenturyLink extends Charlotte fibre network

01 August 2012 |


CenturyLink has extended its fibre network in Charlotte, North Carolina in the US, into five data centre facilities to provide high-speed access to cloud-based services.

The fibre provider’s Charlotte fibre ring network, is designed to address increased bandwidth demand with customisable data networking solutions, including scalable internet connectivity, private IP-based VPN and optical wavelength services.

"CenturyLink's data networking products, combined with reliable connectivity to our nationwide, next-generation network and secure access into data centres, will help businesses in Charlotte develop and launch cloud-based offerings needed in today's fast-paced business environment," said Richard Twilley, VP of sales at CenturyLink.

"By helping businesses tap into the power of managed hosting and cloud computing, CenturyLink continues to demonstrate its success in serving enterprise and government customers nationwide."