Sunesys Deploys Network Solution in QTS Downtown Chicago Data Center

  • QTS
  • Sunesys
CHICAGO, IL – Sunesys, a provider of premium bandwidth services and private fiber optic networks, announced it is one of the first carriers to deploy a diverse Dark Fiber (SunDF) network solution in QTS data centers in Princeton, NJ, and Jersey City, NJ.

Sunesys supports QTS’ entrance into Chicago by enabling a dedicated, dark fiber ring connecting QTS’ new Chicago data center to 350 E. Cermak, providing secure, private diverse paths to the Chicago area. QTS customers can access Sunesys’ premier Dark Fiber, Ethernet, Wavelength and IP services for the K-12, Enterprise and Carrier verticals in the Chicago area, as well as QTS’ broad portfolio of cloud and hosting solutions for enterprise and government organizations.

QTS operates an interconnected global platform delivering a hybrid suite of cloud computing and infrastructure services ranging from data center outsourcing, colocation, managed hosting and private cloud, managed storage, server virtualization, backup, replication, and managed security services. QTS has just completed Phase 1 of a highly secure 317,000 square foot mega data center in Chicago’s downtown corridor, which opened July 1.

“QTS offers a national platform of integrated IT solutions ranging from wholesale to complex hybrid cloud solutions for enterprise and government customers,” said Sunesys’ vice president, Alan Katz. “With the exponentially increasing needs of these customers for high-bandwidth WAN solutions and private, secure connectivity, we are pleased to be one of the first network providers for one of Chicago’s newest and largest data centers.”


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