EdgeMicro uses Laser Light for global network connectivity

EdgeMicro uses Laser Light for global network connectivity

Modular colocation company EdgeMicro and Laser Light Communications have announced a global development and distribution partnership.

“EdgeMicro and Laser Light serve customers in similar ecosystems that have significant and unique workloads, and large data pool distribution, management and location requirements,” explains Jason Bourg, Vice President of Revenue for EdgeMicro. “The alliance creates a meet-me-hub for networking on-ramps and traffic offloads to support the heightened requirements from 5G, IoT and emerging applications.”

EdgeMicro builds and operates hundreds of modular data centers around the world to provide powered colocation, cross-connects, and other related products and services. Laser Light Communications is creating an on-demand, secure, elastic networking platform to enable companies and governments to move data as needed to meet the demands of their applications. Together, the companies create stronger, cutting-edge architecture to support digital businesses.

“The alliance with EdgeMicro allows us to converge complementary and equivalent capabilities to scale and deliver a modern, next generation architecture faster than we could do on our own. The process better helps our customers capitalize on the digital opportunities for their business,” says Vicki Warker, Chief Commercial Officer for Laser Light Communications.

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