Managed Hosting Company Webair and Colocation Provider 1025Connect Partner on Long Island Services

January 19, 2016
Managed Hosting Company Webair and Colocation Provider 1025Connect Partner on Long Island Services
Managed hosting provider Webair, and colocation provider 1025Connect have partnered on services in Long Island, New York, United States.

The companies are collaborating on “Long Island-centric connectivity offerings for customers requiring transatlantic cable and Manhattan Bypass fiber access” as well as managed colocation and cloud services. Their collaboration will establish a connection between their colocation facilities - 1025Connect’s premises in Westbury, New York and Webair’s data center in Garden City, New York.

Webair, which was established in 1996, has headquarters in New York, United States. The company bills itself as “an innovative, agile and unique managed hosting company focused on providing the right solutions to customer needs as quickly and efficiently as possible”. Its solutions include public, private and hybrid cloud alongside cloud storage, bare metal servers, colocation, CDN, and security and disaster recovery offerings.

1025Connect bills itself as “Long Island’s premier carrier-neutral interconnection colocation facility”. The company offers network operators a “central and high-performing global marketplace for their communications service needs”. It offers customers access to “multiple international, trans-Atlantic submarine cable systems” and Manhattan Bypass fiber routes and New York City metro fiber.

“The collaboration between 1025Connect and Webair combines world-class facilities, services, and technical support teams, and increases connectivity options two-fold, offering our network operator, carrier and enterprise customers optimized connectivity and interconnection solutions,” explained 1025Connect’s Managing Director Dan Lunde. “This partnership also offers content providers enhanced options for high-quality edge caching between the U.S. and Europe. With increased access to more direct routes, providers can now enjoy faster speeds and more reliable service, bypassing New York for lower latency, and making content accessible leveraging numerous submarine cable systems.”

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