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Sunesys and Lam Cloud Sign Contract for 10G DWDM Connection in New Jersey

January 27, 2014



Warrington, PA (PRWEB) January 27, 2014

Sunesys, LLC, a leading provider of dark fiber, managed private Ethernet networks and transport, is pleased to announce the kickoff of a partnership to provide Lam Cloud with a 10Gbps Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) connection between two locations. The network, which will be operational in September, will connect Lam Cloud’s New Jersey headquarters at 1 Farr View Drive, Cranbury, NJ to the 165 Halsey Street colocation center in Newark.

Lam Cloud’s headquarters is home to a premier disaster recovery facility, which is the largest Workplace Recovery Center in the Northeastern United States. The facility also offers state-of-the-art services to a wide range of clients, including large-scale enterprises, and a location that provides easy access to the New Jersey turnpike. The 500,000 square foot facility operates over 4,000 seats, focusing on workplace & disaster recovery, colocation and hosting.

The Sunesys fiber optic network will provide a means for Lam Cloud to securely obtain additional services, such as Internet connectivity, from the 165 Halsey Newark data center back to their headquarter facility in Cranbury, NJ. The 10G connection will traverse a diverse entry path from other carriers to ensure the highest levels of reliability for the private network offering.

“Sunesys is thrilled to provide a premier, advanced engineered DWDM optic connection to Lam Cloud,” states Senior Vice President, Alan Katz. “The diverse network continues to promote Sunesys’ mission to connect large-scale enterprise clients with top of the line data services. A partnership like this reaffirms our future expansion providing transport throughout the Northeast.”

“Lam Cloud is extremely excited to continue its strategic network connectivity expansion with the addition of the Sunesys network at its Cranbury technology campus. This constitutes a big step toward our goal of providing a needed center of network connectivity for New Jersey as it continues its dominance in the data center market,” comments Lawrence Lam, President at Lam Cloud.

Sunesys currently operates over 9,000 fiber route miles in nine states across the country including over 5,000 miles in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Sunesys’ entire footprint is available for download in Google Earth format here: http://sunesys.com/locations/.

About Sunesys, LLC

Sunesys is a leading provider of premium bandwidth services and private fiber optic networks. We own, operate, and maintain our own high density fiber optic network in major metropolitan areas across the U.S. Sunesys offers a comprehensive suite of tailored, high capacity, facilities-based network services coupled with superior industry expertise, service, and support. Sunesys provides telecommunications services and private fiber optic networks in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, Ohio, Illinois, Georgia, Florida and California.

Sunesys is a subsidiary of Quanta Services, Inc. (NYSE: PWR), a leading specialized contracting services company, delivering infrastructure network solutions for the electric power, natural gas and pipeline industries.

For more information or to be contacted about Sunesys services, please visit http://www.sunesys.com.

About Lam Cloud

In a world where technological advancement is relentless and ever accelerating, Lam Cloud is the infrastructure-backed, consultative interface between businesses that need tomorrow's technologies, and the technologists that provide them. We assist our clients by providing robust business & continuity resources in a growing network of physical locations, making Data Centers, cutting-edge technologies, networks, and Flexible Disaster Recovery options more accessible to greater numbers of people.

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