LOGIX Fiber Networks, the largest independent fiber network provider in Texas, and MDC Data Centers, the provider of network-neutral colocation on the border, announced a new direct route for carriers between MDC Laredo and MDC McAllen, the company said.
This direct link between McAllen and Laredo, the largest inland port on the US-Mexico Border, increases the options available to international carriers for interconnection across the border.
LOGIX´s robust network now reaches over 265,000 miles of fiber that connects cities like Laredo and McAllen to the five largest markets in Texas (Dallas, Fort Worth, Austin, San Antonio, and Houston), as well as adaptive delta modulation (ADM) capabilities in Corpus Christi. LOGIX offers speeds up to 100 Gbps and carrier solutions that include fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet, 10 Gigabit Ethernet, and 100 Gigabit Ethernet.
The strategic location of these cities on the border and the current ecosystem offers a direct route for carriers to connect with Mexican networks to better meet the growing demand for Internet traffic from the northern states in Mexico and provides international carriers with an opportunity to expand into the Mexican market directly.
MDC Data Centers helps network operators, content providers, and enterprises interconnect with major network service providers on the United States border with Mexico. For more information visit mdcdatacenters.com or follow MDC Data Centers on LinkedIn and Twitter at @mdcdatacenters.
LOGIX Fiber Networks is an established fiber‐based network infrastructure operator in Texas. LOGIX provides highly secure fiber-based data and voice services as well as data center access to over 10,000 enterprise and carrier customers.