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Business Wire | October 10, 2023
Zayo Group Holdings, Inc., a leading global communications infrastructure platform, today announced its latest series of infrastructure investments to extend global capacity to support rapidly increasing bandwidth demand—including deployment of 400G across the globe, long-haul capacity growth, and enhancements to its global IP infrastructure.
Next-generation technology is being deployed at never-before-seen rates. This has placed the communications infrastructure industry at a unique inflection point as all digital businesses—enterprises, carriers and hyperscalers alike—scramble to ensure they have enough capacity to support these technologies, said Bill Long, Chief Product Officer at Zayo. As this trend plays out, it will be a strong tailwind for those providers who can capitalize on the moment. As one of the newest and most modern networks on the market, Zayo is uniquely positioned to support this growing demand for global bandwidth.
Deploying 400G Globally
For today’s digital businesses, 400G is essential to ensure the speed and scalability to support increasingly complex and data-intensive applications.
Zayo recently completed upgrades of its European network to be fully 400G-enabled, with plans for its Tier-1 backbone in North America to be fully 400G-enabled by the end of 2024.
In Q3, Zayo added nine new 400G-enabled routes to its North American network to provide high-bandwidth options between key cities, including:
Atlanta to DC
Denver to Dallas (Direct)
Montreal to Quebec City
Clinton to Ponchatoula
Indianapolis to Columbus
Ashburn to Baltimore
Bend to Umatilla
Laurel to Denver
Additional 400G routes in progress include:
Houston to New Orleans
St. Louis to Chicago
Buffalo to Albany
Winnipeg to Toronto
Toronto to Montreal
Buffalo to Toronto
Columbus to Ashburn
Cleveland to Buffalo
Houston to Ponchatoula
Umatilla to Quincy
What this means: The enablement of Zayo’s global network with 400G will allow customers to continue scaling their bandwidth with Zayo on existing routes, opening up high-capacity access on new routes, improving network stability and providing an overall better customer experience through quicker delivery and optimal routing. The enhanced capacity from these routes will support customers that have exponential growth needs driven by emerging technologies such as 5G, cloud adoption, IoT, AI, edge computing, and automation.
Expanding Global Low-Latency Network
Zayo has also been working to expand capacity in other key economic centers across the globe. In October 2022, Zayo announced its global low-latency route connecting the U.S. to South America’s financial hub of Sao Paulo. In Q3 2023, the company completed expansions to its connectivity infrastructure in Sao Paulo including a new key terrestrial route that will provide connectivity throughout the metro ring and to four key data centers.
New Sao Paulo Points of Presence (PoPs):
Alameda Araguaia, 3641, Alphaville, Barueri, SP, 06455 000, Brazil
Av. Marcos Penteado de Ulhoa Rodrigues, 249, Santana de Parnaiba, SP, 06543 001, Brazil
Avenida Ceci, 1900, Tambore, Barueri, SP, 06460 120, Brazil
Rua Ricardo Prudente de Aquino, 85 Santan de Parnaiba, Brazil
What this means: As Latin America’s center of innovation and commerce, São Paulo has seen an increased demand for connectivity from the U.S. To meet the growing needs of customers, Zayo is establishing diverse, high-bandwidth connectivity from its first-class North American fiber network directly into the largest economic center in the Southern Hemisphere.
IP Infrastructure Growth
IP demand continues to be a driver for capacity increases. Zayo continues to bolster its IP infrastructure with new PoPs in key markets and data centers across the globe. Zayo added eight new IP PoPs to its North American network in Q3, including:
45 Parliament St, Toronto, ON
250 Williams St NW, Atlanta, GA
6477 W Wells Park Rd, Salt Lake City, UT
2335 S Ellis St, Chandler, AZ
375 Pearl St, New York, NY
626 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA
431 Horner Ave, Etobicoke, ON
1100 White St SW, Atlanta, GA
Zayo's IP backbone, which runs on Zayo's wholly owned fiber infrastructure, makes up nearly 10% of the world's Internet capacity. Zayo currently manages 96Tb of core capacity and 34TB of peering capacity, and adds 1-2Tb of peering capacity every quarter.
Upgrading Long-Haul Capacity
As one of the other providers actively investing in its long-haul infrastructure, Zayo is continuing to overbuild its routes in high-demand areas to enable enhanced fiber capacity. In Q3 2023, Zayo completed the overbuild of its Omaha to Denver route, providing increased capacity on this highly sought-after route.
Zayo also has three new long-haul route builds and two additional route overbuilds in progress with scheduled completion by the end of 2023.
What this means: The enhancement to Zayo’s long-haul dark fiber routes provide customers with diverse routing options and the ability to customize and enhance their network to meet the unique needs of their businesses while maximizing resiliency and ability to scale.
Zayo will continue to invest in future-proofing its network and services to connect what’s next for its customers.
For more than 15 years, Zayo has empowered some of the world’s largest and most innovative companies to connect what’s next for their business. Zayo’s future-ready network spans over 17 million fiber miles and 142,000 route miles. Zayo’s tailored connectivity and edge solutions enable carriers, cloud providers, data centers, schools, and enterprises to deliver exceptional experiences, from edge to core to cloud. Discover how Zayo connects what’s next at www.zayo.com and follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter.
Business Wire | September 28, 2023
Penguin Solutions™, an SGH™ brand (Nasdaq: SGH) that designs, builds, deploys, and manages AI and accelerated computing infrastructures at scale, today announced that it has been certified by NVIDIA to support enterprises deploying NVIDIA DGX™ AI computing platforms under the NVIDIA DGX-Ready Managed Services program.
NVIDIA DGX systems are an advanced supercomputing platform for large-scale AI development. The NVIDIA DGX-Ready Managed Services program gives customers the option to outsource management of DGX systems deployed in corporate data centers, including the implementation and monitoring of server, storage, and networking resources required to support DGX platforms.
Generative AI requires a completely new computing infrastructure compared to traditional IT, said Troy Kaster, vice president, commercial sales at Penguin Solutions. These new computing infrastructures require services skills, which Penguin is uniquely qualified to support given our extensive experience partnering with some of the largest companies in AI. As a full-service integration and services provider, Penguin has the capabilities to design at scale, deploy at speed, and provide managed services for NVIDIA DGX SuperPOD solutions.
Penguin has designed, built, deployed, and managed some of the largest AI training clusters in the world. Penguin currently manages over 50,000 NVIDIA GPUs for Fortune 100 customers including Meta’s AI Research SuperCluster – with 2,000 NVIDIA DGX systems and 16,000 NVIDIA A100 Tensor Core GPUs – one of the most powerful AI training clusters in the world.
“AI is transforming organizations around the world, and many businesses are looking to deploy the technology without the complexities of managing infrastructure,” said Tony Paikeday, senior director, DGX platform at NVIDIA. “With DGX-Ready Managed Services offered by Penguin Solutions, our customers can deploy the world’s leading platform for enterprise AI development with a simplified operations model that lets them tap into the leadership-class performance of DGX and focus on innovating with AI.”
Advantages of Penguin Solutions powered by NVIDIA DGX include:
Design large-scale AI infrastructure combining the most recent DGX systems, ultra-high speed networking solutions, and cutting-edge storage options for clusters tailored to customer requirements
Manage AI infrastructure making the most of multiple layers of recent hardware and software, such as acceleration libraries, job scheduling and orchestration
Reduce risk associated with investments in computing infrastructure
Optimize efficiency of AI infrastructure with best-in-class return on investment.
About Penguin Solutions
The Penguin Solutions™ portfolio, which includes Penguin Computing™, accelerates customers’ digital transformation with the power of emerging technologies in HPC, AI, and IoT with solutions and services that span the continuum of edge, core, and cloud. By designing highly-advanced infrastructure, machines, and networked systems we enable the world’s most innovative enterprises and government institutions to build the autonomous future, drive discovery and amplify human potential.
GlobeNewswire | October 03, 2023
Tenable® Holdings, Inc., the Exposure Management company, today announced it has closed its acquisition of Ermetic, Ltd. (“Ermetic”), an innovative cloud-native application protection platform (CNAPP) company, and a leading provider of cloud infrastructure entitlement management (CIEM). The acquisition combines two cybersecurity innovators and marks an important milestone in Tenable’s mission to shift organizations to proactive security. The combination of Tenable and Ermetic offerings will add capabilities to both the Tenable One Exposure Management Platform and the Tenable Cloud Security solution to deliver market-leading contextual risk visibility, prioritization and remediation across infrastructure and identities, both on-premises and in the cloud.
With unified CNAPP, iron-clad CSPM protection, and industry-leading CIEM, security teams receive the context and prioritization guidance to make efficient and accurate remediation decisions. Security teams will no longer need to be cloud security experts to understand where the most urgent risks exist and what to do about them.
Tenable and Ermetic together will help organizations address some of the most difficult challenges in cybersecurity today:
Simplifying security management to meet the increasing demands of cloud infrastructure growth
Reducing the risk caused by an explosion in volume of user and machine identities in the cloud
Understanding the complex relationships and risks across all assets and identities
The unique combination of Tenable and Ermetic will give customers tightly integrated CNAPP capabilities for cloud environments, delivered through an elegant user experience that minimizes complexity and speeds adoption, said Amit Yoran, chairman and chief executive officer, Tenable. We’re delivering unparalleled insights into identities and access, which are absolutely critical to securing cloud environments. And with the integration of insights from Tenable One, customers can also consolidate, simplify and reduce costs.
The Tenable One Exposure Management Platform enables customers to gain a more complete, accurate and actionable view of their attack surface. Exposure management shifts preventive security from securing technology silos to applying contextual risk intelligence to protect the business. The acquisition of Ermetic accelerates this shift for Tenable customers, adding a depth of cloud security expertise and capabilities that provide context to prioritize risk and simplify remediation. Ermetic adds analytical strength to ExposureAI, more contextual relationships and deep data insights to make Tenable One an even more effective platform for preventive security.
Ermetic will also expand and augment Tenable Cloud Security, which enables security teams to continuously assess the security posture of cloud environments, offering full visibility and helping to prioritize efforts based on business risk.
Tenable® is the Exposure Management company. Approximately 43,000 organizations around the globe rely on Tenable to understand and reduce cyber risk. As the creator of Nessus®, Tenable extended its expertise in vulnerabilities to deliver the world’s first platform to see and secure any digital asset on any computing platform. Tenable customers include approximately 60 percent of the Fortune 500, approximately 40 percent of the Global 2000, and large government agencies. Learn more at tenable.com.
Business Wire | October 05, 2023
Colohouse, a prominent data center colocation, cloud, dedicated server and services provider, is merging TurnKey Internet’s hosting and dedicated server offering into the Colohouse brand and services portfolio. This strategic move comes from TurnKey Internet’s acquisition in 2021 to align with Colohouse’s broader compute, connectivity and cloud strategy.
With the integration of dedicated servers and hosting services into its core brand portfolio, Colohouse aims to enhance its ability to meet the diverse needs of its growing customer base. Including TurnKey Internet’s servers and services is a testament to Colohouse’s dedication to delivering comprehensive and impactful solutions for its customers and prospects in key markets and edge locations.
Colohouse will begin offering hosting services immediately available on www.colohouse.com
Products: dedicated bare metal servers, enterprise series dedicated servers, cloud VPS servers, control panel offerings and licensing
Colohouse’s dedicated servers will be available in these data centers: Miami, FL, Colorado Springs, CO, Chicago, IL, Orangeburg, NY, Albany, NY and Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Client Center: The support team will be available to assist customers 24/7/365 through a single support portal online, or via email and phone, as well as Live Chat through colohouse.com
Compliance and security are a top priority for Colohouse’s customers. In fall of 2023, Colohouse will have its first combined SOC audit for all of its data center locations, including dedicated servers and hosting. This will be available for request on its website upon completion of the audit.
When I accepted the job of CEO at Colohouse, my vision was, and still is, to build a single platform company that provides core infrastructure but also extends past just colocation, cloud, or bare metal. We recognize that businesses today require flexible options to address their IT infrastructure needs. This is a step for us to create an ecosystem within Colohouse that gives our customers room to test their applications instantly or have a solution for backups and migrations with the same provider. The same provider that knows the nuances of a customer's IT infrastructure, like colocation or cloud, can also advise or assist that same customer with alternative solutions that enhance their overall IT infrastructure, shared Jeremy Pease, CEO of Colohouse.
Jeremy further added, “The customer journey and experience is our top priority. Consolidating the brands into Colohouse removes confusion about the breadth of our offerings. Our capability to provide colocation, cloud, and hosting services supports our customers’ growing demand for infrastructure that can be optimized for cost, performance and security. This move also consolidates our internal functions, which will continue to improve the customer experience at all levels.”
All products are currently available on colohouse.com. TurnKey Internet customers will not be impacted by transitioning from the TurnKey Internet to Colohouse. All Colohouse and TurnKey Internet customers will continue to receive the industry's best service and support.
Colohouse will be launching its first-ever “Black Friday Sale” for all dedicated servers and hosting solutions. TurnKey Internet’s customers have incorporated this annual sale in their project planning and budget cycles to take advantage of the price breaks. The sale will begin in mid-November on colohouse.com.
Colohouse provides a digital foundation that connects our customers with impactful technology solutions and services. Our managed data center and cloud infrastructure paired with key edge locations and reliable connectivity allow our customers to confidently scale their application and data while optimizing for cost, performance, and security. To learn more about Colohouse, please visit: https://colohouse.com/.