Glo Fiber Business and CoreSite to expand network connectivity to Washington

Glo Fiber Business, powered by Shenandoah Telecommunications Company has announced an agreement with CoreSite to securely connect business customers with reliable, scalable colocation services at their Washington, D.C. campus.

The CoreSite colocation will benefit Glo Fiber Business customers by providing a local, direct and secure data exchange in Washington, D.C., ensuring that businesses can seamlessly connect directly to major cloud providers including Amazon, Google, Microsoft, Oracle and IBM. The D.C. campus meets FISMA and FedRAMP deployment requirements, as well as private enterprise standards and data sovereignty laws, making it ideal for government entities, financial institutions and enterprises.

“Glo Fiber Business continues to expand its fiber network reach, data center choices and state-of-the-art services to support our rapid customer growth,” said Craig Venable, Vice President of Commercial Sales. “Companies, municipalities and educational institutions of all sizes will benefit from our partnership to leverage peering services and direct cloud connectivity in the CoreSite Washington, D.C. Data Center.”

“CoreSite and Glo Fiber Business are aligned in our commitment to deliver mission-critical infrastructure and optimal service to our customers so they can accelerate their time-to-market and improve their competitive edge,” said Maile Kaiser, Chief Revenue Officer at CoreSite. “Working with Glo Fiber Business will provide additional fiber connectivity to our customers while Glo Fiber Business customers will be able to take advantage of the robust ecosystem, enhanced connectivity and cloud access offered by CoreSite.”

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