Neutral Path Communications Extends Network Reach From Omaha to Kansas City
Neutral Path Communications (www.neutralpath.net), the Midwest’s premier carrier neutral fiber transport facilities provider, has announced it is now offering lit services to Kansas City, MO. The new link runs from Neutral Path’s main line at 1623 Farnam in Omaha to the highly-coveted Netrality Properties data center at 1102 Grand in Kansas City.
Netrality’s 1102 Grand data center is well positioned in the geographical center of the US and offers connectivity to 42+ network operators. It’s also home to the Kansas City Internet Exchange (KCIX), which is at 29 members and growing.
With the addition of the Omaha to Kansas City link, Neutral Path climbs to over 40 points of presence along their backbone network which spans over 2,000 route miles and runs between the key cities of Minneapolis, Omaha, Denver, Kansas City, and Chicago.
Neutral Path delivers carrier neutral transport solutions, including high-capacity dark fiber, low latency wavelengths, Ethernet, colocation, cross connect and related services to global broadband providers, content delivery networks, enterprise network operators, and the like. Neutral Path was born out of broadband service provider demand for a simple and route mile efficient means to fill the never-ending need for fiber connectivity to key points in the Midwest and beyond. For more information, please visit www.neutralpath.net.