February 16, 2005 (HOSTSEARCH.COM) Looking Glass Networks announced today that it has launched CentraGLASS service which offers its cross-nation infrastructure and carrier-class data centers to cater to web hosting companies, content providers and bandwidth-intensive customers. CentraGLASS service is initially being offered in Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, New York, Seattle and Washington DC.
"Looking Glass' strategy has always been leading-edge and geared toward satisfying customer and market demand," said Steve Daigle, Vice President of Product and Sales Development, Looking Glass Networks. "We want to target fast-growing technology, enterprise and carrier companies with a very unique offering. These companies need extremely reliable and well-connected environments and, most importantly, a flexible approach to the relationship. Looking Glass has proven with its already broad service offerings that it can provide customers with the services they need when and where they need them."
Looking Glass is targeting customers launching exciting new ventures such as MSPs, hosting companies, gamers, VOIP providers.
Looking Glass is hoping to attract customers by providing 24 x 7 Network Operations Control Center (NOCC) support, secure facilities, local technician support, and easy access to Looking Glass' next generation network.