May 18, 2012
Global Capacity Adds Aggregated Ethernet Services to One Marketplace Access Exchange
Global Capacity, a major telecommunications information and logistics company, expanded its One Marketplace Access Exchange service with the addition of aggregated Ethernet extender physical interconnection points in Chicago, IL and Dallas, TX.
The service provides several new capabilities to customers. They can request automated rates, place orders, provision and manage off-net Ethernet access solutions through the One Marketplace platform.
“With the increased demand for Ethernet Services across the industry, Global Capacity has a unique advantage by providing customers a streamlined and more efficient process to manage their off-net quoting and delivery solutions,” Patrick Shutt, CEO at Global Capacity, said in a statement.
The interconnectivity service allows Global Capacity to deliver increased market transparency and leverage carrier’s excess capacity to provide a more comprehensive solution to its customers. The service will also add value to the entire marketplace.
One Marketplace Access Exchange delivers fast, accurate, real-time pricing for Ethernet access circuits. The Ethernet extender service vastly improves a company’s response time to customer requests, while proving market intelligence by enabling carriers to offer competitive pricing – all while meeting the demand of the market.
The interconnection points are strategically located to meet demand from clients in Chicago and Dallas. Clients can connect directly from their POP with 1 GbE port interconnections to Global Capacity’s carrier-grade Ethernet switching platform.
There is growing demand for Ethernet demand thanks to the large fiber based Ethernet service requests. Global Capacity is seeing a growing demand and supply for low bandwidth Ethernet access services including Ethernet over Copper (EoC).
Edited by Braden Becker