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Hivelocity has added both Level3 and Time Warner Telecom to its list of bandwidth carriers this week. The addition of these two carriers further enhances the global reach of Hivelocity’s network.

By adding these 2 carriers Hivelocity now boasts a network consisting of four of the largest and most recognized transit carriers in the world. The inclusion of Level3, Time Warner, Global Crossing and Cogent will equate to great ping times and tracerts to the Hivelocity network across the globe. With customers from nearly 100 countries, having a strong and diverse network is imperative. “Our goal is to build a network that limits no person from any country, state or province around the world from starting a relationship with Hivelocity. By bringing on Level3 and TWTC this week, we took a major step towards completing that goal,” says Hivelocity GM Steve Eschweiler. “Once we turn up our FCP routing module in early 2010, we will have accomplished our goal of having one of the premier networks in the business.”

With Level3 and Time Warner online, Hivelocity now has 28 Gbps of total bandwidth capacity. Hivelocity offers customers port speeds up to 1Gbps and specializes in unmetered bandwidth.

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