(The Hosting News) – Tech provider Colocation America just had the availability of its services expanded. On Tuesday, data center provider Telx revealed that the two companies had made a channel agreement.
So what does that mean? It enables Telx’s data centers in eight states to provide Colocation America’s services (which specifically include colocation and “carrier-neutral connectivity choice”).
The company says the move doesn’t overlap with the two companies’ other channel partners, meaning it is “channel neutral”
Among its other services, Colocation America is a provider of dedicated, SEO hosting, VoIP, and more.
According to Telx VP of Channel Kirk Horton, the moves involves U.S. areas such as Chicago, Dallas, NYC, Miami, and Atlanta.
Commenting on the matter in a press release, Colocation America Business Development Director Albert A. Adhoot stated, “Colocation America is proud to be a channel partner with Telx, one of the fastest-growing interconnection and colocation companies in the U.S. today.”
“We see great value in the fact that Telx is carrier-neutral, allowing our customers in North America to expand beyond their presence to other key cities and be one cross-connect away from a secure, direct connection to any of Telx’s 950 carriers, ISPs, media/content and enterprises within the Telx ecosystem. With Telx, our Master Agents can offer our customers the power of choice beyond our current data center footprint,” he continued.
Telx has various data center facilities through the United States and like Colocation America, provides colocation services.
Last month, Telx announced that it was partnering with solutions provider Hexagrid in the area of private cloud computing. For more information on Telx’s latest announcement, visit: http://www.telx.com/Press-Releases/telx-and-colocation-america-forge-channel-partnership.html