Wide Area Network (WAN) architectures are changing to meet the evolving needs of business. WANs are the critical component of any medium and large enterprise data environment, connecting locations, people, and systems, and transporting data to support day-to-day and critical business operations.
Connecting a new business location to the internet and other business applications takes some knowledge of the “how, what and where” details of the ICT world. It can take time to determine the best connectivity solution at the best price for a business, and Global Capacity has simplified that process.
Google Cloud Platform has added another service provider, Global Capacity, to its list of carrier interconnect providers as the roll out of enterprise hybrid cloud architectures gathers momentum.
Global Capacity's enterprise customers will soon have another way to connect to the cloud as its One Marketplace platform has become one of Google's cloud interconnect service providers, giving it a direct connection into the Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) cloud platform.
"Google approved One Marketplace as part of a small group of Google Cloud Interconnect service providers, underscoring the innovation Global Capacity and One Marketplace have brought to the data connectivity and cloud market," said Ben Edmond, Chief Revenue Officer of Global Capacity, in the press release today.
Global Capacity, which specializes in Connectivity-as-a-Service via an automated platform, has been approved as a Google Cloud Interconnect service provider and now allows enterprises to tap into Google’s cloud directly through its One Marketplace.
In this sixteen minute podcast, Global Capacity's Chief Revenue Officer, Ben Edmond explains why Global Capacity brands itself as Connectivity as a Service for its 21K customers and what the network looks like.
Global Capacity introduced its Network Builder application for helping customers design wide area networks based on the company's One Marketplace connectivity platform.
Global Capacity announced the general availability of Network Builder, an application for designing wide-area networks that enables customers to do real-time ‘what if’ scenario modeling for optimal network design.
Pivotal Group, a Phoenix-based investment firm, completed its acquisition today for its expanded technology platform to make access to network fiber easier.
Global Capacity has followed through with its transformational purchase of MegaPath’s Network Services business unit, closing the deal this morning.
Consolidation in the US competitive carrier space is so common, it sometimes escapes notice when a merger is about more than just the consolidation of two businesses.
Ben Edmond, Chief Revenue Officer at Global Capacity and Gary Audin discuss the challenges and solutions to implementing a network over multiple carriers and providers.
Look under any cloud computing environment and what you find is a lot of dependency on telecommunications and networking infrastructure.
Global Capacity announced two more deals on Monday: one that expands its service footprint in rural areas and another landing a major customer, as the US wholesale service provider continues to push a growth strategy.
Global Capacity is enhancing its effort to extend services into harder to reach rural areas by establishing a new arrangement with INDATEL, a middle mile network consortium that provides fiber-based Ethernet services in Tier 2 and 3 markets.
Carrier Ethernet service providers will find they can deliver Carrier Ethernet to more locations and can do so more easily as the result of Global Capacity’s plan to purchase MegaPath’s wholesale and direct access business, announced on September 8.
MegaPath's sale of its wholesale business to Global Capacity may not be the largest deal in the competitive service provider industry, but it's notable in that it allows it to become a managed and cloud services specialist.
A Phoenix-based investment firm plans to use an expanded technology platform to make access to network fiber easier.
This deal provides significant benefits to both companies. The move allows Global Capacity to continue their growth strategy by expanding their network reach while acquiring hundreds of additional customers.
What began as a search for more investors became a shift in strategy for competitive services provider MegaPath, which today announced it was selling its network services business to Global Capacity.
Global Capacity’s plan to acquire MegaPath’s wholesale business, announced today, would appear to be a win for both companies. MegaPath gains cash to invest in the cloud and managed services business that will now be the company’s sole focus.
Global Capacity, a connectivity service provider, is upping its network reach by signing an agreement to acquire MegaPath's Network Services business unit.
Global Capacity and PEG Bandwidth are as good match for each other as they are for companies seeking fiber-based Ethernet connections to underserved markets across the Midwestern and Eastern U.S. The two companies are establishing wholesale buy-and-sell interconnects at Global Capacity's One Marketplace points of presence (PoPs) in Ashburn, Va., Chicago, Dallas, Pittsburgh and New York City, according to Mary Stanhope, vice president of product and marketing for Global Capacity, Chicago.