Zenium welcomes Level 3 to Frankfurt One data centre

Level 3 is providing a point-of-presence (PoP) at Frankfurt One, enabling Zenium’s customers to access Level 3’s global network, which spans more than 320,000km and reaches more than 500 markets and 60 countries. Level 3’s comprehensive portfolio of secure, managed solutions includes fibre and infrastructure solutions, IP based voice and data communications, wide area Ethernet services, video and content distribution; data centre and cloud based solutions.

‘We are delighted that Level 3 is providing a point-of-presence at Zenium’s Frankfurt One and enabling our customers to access its global network services, including Level 3 Cloud Connect, which enables connectivity to major cloud providers such as Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure,’ said Franek Sodzawiczny, founder and CEO, Zenium Technology Partners.

Mario Kohl, director, sales wholesale Germany and Switzerland, Level 3 Communications, said, ‘Frankfurt is known as the Digital City and is widely recognised as one of the more important IT hubs for Europe and one of the top three cloud markets. Working with Zenium, we are enabling their customers to access our extensive services portfolio.’

Frankfurt One is strategically located in Sossenheim, one of the most favoured areas for data centres in Frankfurt, and comprises 5,000m2 of net technical space. It is situated on a highly secure campus which will ultimately provide a total of 15,000m2 across two additional buildings.

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