Fiberhub Launches Las Vegas Internet Exchange
Fiberhub Announces Launch of Las Vegas Internet Exchange (LVIX)
Las Vegas, NV, April 01, 2021 –
Fiberhub is pleased to announce today the launch of the Las Vegas Internet Exchange (LVIX). The primary exchange switch will be located in the Fiberhub LAS1 data center, with other additional potential points of presence in southern Nevada to be determined. The exchange will initially be open to all networks located within Fiberhub’s LAS1 datacenter, as well as any networks that wish to connect remotely to the exchange.
The LVIX has been created to help reduce costs and improve connectivity throughout the Las Vegas market and will benefit ISP's, enterprise networks, and content providers who utilize IP services in Las Vegas and elsewhere in southern Nevada. The exchange will offer ports from 1Gbps to 40Gbps to accommodate both small and large networks.
If you are interested in learning more about using the LVIX to easily exchange IP traffic with other networks, please email [email protected]
Founded in 2010, Fiberhub is a Las Vegas-based network and colocation provider headquartered in Las Vegas, NV. Their flagship facility in Las Vegas (LAS1) features over 14,000 sq ft of floor space, fully redundant power and cooling systems, dual fiber conduit entrances, and multiple network connectivity options. Fiberhub also operates datacenters from the Westin Building in downtown Seattle, WA (SEA1), Carrier-1 in Dallas, TX (DFW1), and Digital Realty Trust in Miami, FL (MIA1 & MIA2). Fiberhub also maintains a network presence at the CoreSite LA2 (One Wilshire Campus) data center in Los Angeles, CA.