360 TCS and Sunesys Partner to Provide End Users with Network Connectivity Solutions09.16.2016
360 TCS – Lombard, IL – 360 TCS, LLC (360TCS), a premier provider of colocation and data center services in the greater Chicago area, announced today the establishment of increased capacity for connectivity solutions within their Lombard, IL data center via an enhanced partnership with Sunesys, LLC.
A leading provider of premium bandwidth services and private fiber optic networks, Sunesys, has expanded their presence in the 360TCS data center, which will serve as a primary client access point as Sunesys continues to extend their high-density fiber optic network across the Chicago Metropolitan area.
In 2013, 360TCS worked with Sunesys to establish a fully redundant, dark fiber ring with multiple nodes in Chicago, providing 360TCS with the ability to offer low-cost, 100% available private data circuits to their data center clients.
“With many of our clients needing connectivity between their primary locations in downtown Chicago and our data center in the suburbs, Sunesys has provided us with the capability to provide those point-to-point data circuits in a diverse configuration at a cost effective price point,” said Don Welbourn, Director of Sales/Account Relations with 360TCS. Don added, “With Sunesys expanding their presence in our data center and across the Chicago area, we are excited to offer similar low-cost, highly available service to suburban-based enterprises as well.”
Dave Cushing, Director of Business Development-Chicago Market at Sunesys stated, “We are excited about the opportunities our increased presence in the 360TCS data center provides. Clients requiring access to our network will not only be able use 360TCS as an access point but can also leverage their colocation services.”
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