Node4’s on-net with Virgin Media

Node4 has announced that its Leeds Data Centre is now on-net with Virgin Media. The Virgin Media interconnect adds a significant capability to the existing resilient and flexible tier 1 network connections available from Node4’s Leeds facility.

This additional capability brings Node4’s Leeds data centre in line with the company’s other facilities in offering interconnects into tier 1 networks including BT, Vodafone, TalkTalk Business, KCOM and Virgin Media.

Chris Pagel, Network Services Manager at Node4 commented: “We’re dedicated to having the highest quality solutions range using the best suppliers possible at all of our Data Centres. The addition of Virgin Media interconnects to our Leeds Data Centre demonstrates our continuing commitment to extending the capabilities of our Data Centre facilities and enhancing the flexibility of our offering for customers.”

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