Pilot Chooses CoreSite to Expand Its Reach with New PoPs at CoreSite’s New York, Boston, Los Angeles, and Denver Data Center Campuses
Pilot selected CoreSite for its track record of operational excellence across its portfolio, as well as its well-established presence within the regions. CoreSite’s robust customer ecosystem of interconnected businesses creates new revenue and service performance opportunities for Pilot. The new PoPs will expand the reach of Pilot’s network and provide CoreSite customers with access to Pilot’s broad portfolio of products, including Ethernet transport and IP transit offerings.
"We require a data center provider that can connect Pilot with existing
and new customers and partners, and also provide the flexibility to meet
our unique requirements,” said
“We are pleased that Pilot has chosen to expand with us in
Pilot is a member of the CoreSite Marketplace, which provides a dynamic web-enabled interface, where CoreSite customers can learn of other service providers, how they can benefit from one another, and engage easily to support their IT strategy. These services include network providers, cloud on-ramps, managed service providers, and software providers. To learn more about Pilot, visit https://www.coresite.com/marketplace/pilot-fiber.
Pilot is a modern connectivity company and fully featured network service provider. On a mission to create a more sustainable telecom landscape, Pilot combines advanced fiber-optic technology with custom-built software and intuitively designed services, raising the bar for the entire industry. Currently serving more than 100,000 end users over its nationwide IP network, Pilot's flexible solutions allow businesses to stop worrying about their connectivity and stay focused on what matters. For more information, visit www.pilotfiber.com.
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