RagingWire Picks Sidera Networks

By admin, April 13, 2012 3:48 pm

RagingWire Data Centers, a company offering highly customized and flexible collocation wholesale solutions, recently selected Sidera Networks (News – Alert) to connect to their new Ashburn, VA. data center.

Dan Golding, vice president and general manager of RagingWire’s Virginia data center said that adding Sidera Networks into their Virginia facility is a win-win situation for customers.

RagingWire chose Sidera’s network for its unique route, which bypasses Washington, DC. In fact, Sidera’s robust and expanding fiber-optic network in the Washington, DC area, including Ashburn, VA., is helping various financial services firms and other high bandwidth customers.

Sidera offers connectivity to most of the major metropolitan areas on the East Coast, as well as Chicago and London, with low latency and the ability to bypass those metropolitan congestion points if necessary. The company’s partnership helps to solidifies RagingWire’s commitment to providing the highest possible levels of service to their customers, no matter how large their bandwidth needs or how low their latency requirements.

With a fiber optic network leveraging unique rights-of-way that delivers connectivity to the major metropolitan areas from Maine to Virginia and out to Chicago, as well as access to Toronto and London, Sidera promises to deliver cost-effective, custom solutions to its customers base.

“Sidera Networks and RagingWire Data Centers share a philosophy of delivering unique options to customers,” says Clint Heiden (News – Alert), president, Sidera Networks in a statement. “The combination of RagingWire’s focus on 2N+1 design, and innovative facility design, combined with Sidera’s focus on diverse connectivity, including a Washington, DC bypass route, offers an unmatched option for end-customers trying to get in and out of Ashburn, VA.”

In related news, CDW (News casino online .gif” /> – Alert)-G and Sidera Networks have teamed up to provide Columbia College in Chicago with fast access to educational and media resources at a significant savings.

Edited by Jamie Epstein

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