RAX Unveils Peering Network

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(Gawkwire) – RAX (http://www.rax.bg) has added new 10 GigGe upstreams to its fully redundant network to meet the growing demand of businesses in South Eastern Europe for fast, high quality and low latency connectivity to any point of Europe, Turkey and Middle East.

The RAX 10 GE network (http://www.rax.bg/about/network.shtml) features the lowest possible latency to Romania, Greece, Turkey, Hungary, Switzerland, Germany, United Kingdom, France, Denmark,  Italy and Netherlands. The company provides premium bandwidth and its network guarantees an average RTT of under 15 ms to Athens, Istanbul, Bucharest and Budapest and an average ping time of 35 ms to any point of Europe.

"We have been working for almost an year to optimize our network and to find the shortest possible routes to the Europe’s busiest Internet markets. Now RAX data center is a gateway to whole Europe, Turkey and Middle East", said Dimitar Avramov, RAX CEO. He has also added that RAX would be a preferred location for anyone who wants to deliver content and quality Internet services to Middle East and Northern Africa.

RAX data center (http://www.rax.bg/about/datacenter.shtml) is located at 3DC IT carrier hotel, based out of Sofia, Bulgaria, European Union. The data center features fault-tolerant site infrastructure and 99.995% availability. This allows the web hosting provider to offer a premium Service Level Agreement (SLA) and 24/7/365 onsite NOC management support. RAX operates Juniper managed network, powered by MX series routers and EX series switches.

The company (previously FColor.bg) is one of the longest running web hosting providers in South Eastern Europe. It provides Shared, VPS and dedicated hosting services to thousands of businesses and individual European customers since 2001.


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