Globe expanding data center facilities

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The Ayala-led telco has begun construction of two new sites in Quezon City and Cavite, which are expected to be ready for service by year-end. The company also said it is expanding existing data center facilities in Makati and Cebu as they already approaching full capacity. Globe said it currently has the most number of data centers among Philippine telcos, with five facilities across Luzon and Visayas that boast of significantly high utilization due to very strong demand. Globe said it also offers a range of managed data center services and solutions that suit the varying needs of its enterprise customers. These include co-location, dedicated server hosting, disaster recovery services, and managed security services. The operator recently upgraded its data center network facilities with Cisco?s CRS-3 Carrier Routing System and the Nexus 7000 Series Switches. This connects the company?s suite of cloud solutions to the world with high-capacity 10Gbps connections, making Globe the first telco in the country to deploy a terabit-level data center infrastructure through its CRS-3 routers and Nexus 7000 switches. ]]>

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