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06 March 2012
| Alex Hawkes
Level 3 has revealed that it is planning fresh investment in the Colombian market, mooting the possibility of establishing the company’s first landing station in the country.
Speaking exclusively to Capacity in São Paulo,
Brazil, during Capacity Latam 2012, Level 3's regional
president of Latin America & Caribbean, Hector Alonso, also
said the company has begun construction of a third data centre
in the nation....
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It would be very easy for Level 3 Communications to rest on its laurels. However, the temptation to add tw telecom to its growing list of subsidiaries appeared too good to miss.
Level 3 has announced plans to expand its executive team by integrating two tw telecom executives, following its acquisition of the company last month.
UNE EPM Telecomunicaciones has partnered with French vendor Alcatel-Lucent to deploy what is claimed to be Colombia’s first 100G ultra-broadband backbone network.
London-based Volta Data Centre has confirmed that the Secure Path Networks (SPN) Alliance has installed dark fibre connectivity into its Great Sutton Street (GSS) facility.
Data centre co-location and solutions provider C4L, has established a PoP in Volta’s Great Sutton Street (GSS) data centre in central London, UK.
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