Global Capacity, a telecommunications information and logistics company, has revealed the release of its new Frame Relay Migration Solution, which allows customers to seamlessly transition from legacy Frame Relay solutions to an optimized private network solution as delivered through Global Capacity’s One Marketplace Access Exchange, an automated access network platform.
“Each customer is unique, with specific requirements and demands. Some customers novate their inventory immediately; others choose to work closely with our team to migrate circuit by circuit onto the One Marketplace platform,” revealed Greg Hough, Global Capacity’s EVP of Network Strategy. “Either way, Global Capacity mitigates the risk of migration and delivers an efficient, competitive network today.”
AT&T, Verizon (News - Alert), and Sprint have planned to discontinue legacy Frame Relay offerings in an effort to prompt customers to migrate to alternative network solutions. The new solution also reduces the risk of migration from legacy technology, increases network capacity and enhances Quality of Service (QoS) cost-effectively.
The multi-phase migration plan features in-depth analysis of a customer’s existing Frame Relay inventory, development of a comprehensive migration plan, and project management and execution of the physical circuit migration. Customers can also upgrade their underlying network infrastructure to support new revenue-generating, high-bandwidth services, said officials.
“By utilizing the automated optimization algorithms powered by One Marketplace Access Exchange, Global Capacity is able to help customers lower costs and increase bandwidth while concurrently increasing their off-net reach,” said Jack Lodge, president of Global Capacity.
One Marketplace Access Exchange also provides an automated solution for access network pricing, ordering, provisioning and delivery of new services.
Global Capacity recently added a new Point of Presence (PoP) at 60 Hudson Street, New York to its One Marketplace Access Exchange. This expansion includes network interconnections with Sidera Networks (News - Alert), a provider of fiber optic-based network solutions, as well as Telx, a provider of global interconnectivity, cloud enablement services and data center solutions.
Edited by Allison Boccamazzo