U.S.-based XO Communications announced Tuesday that it has expanded network services throughout Canada through its Canadian subsidiary.
Available services include dedicated Internet access, high-speed IP transit, MPLS IP-VPN, VPLS, Ethernet, private line and wavelength services for enterprise and wholesale customers.
XO's Canadian network uses redundant metro fiber rings and multiple, diverse long-haul fiber routes that span the country, terminating in the XO hub in Toronto. The network is designed with redundant connections into the XO U.S. network via New York City, Cleveland and Seattle.
“Our Canadian expansion is an example of the progressive organic growth we’ve experienced since implementing our initial network hub in Toronto and the growing demand from our customers for end-to-end network service capabilities throughout Canada," said Don MacNeil, chief marketing officer for XO Communications. "Our further expansion across Canada will enable XO Communications to continue to provide high-capacity network services to enterprise and wholesale customers, whether they need connectivity within Canada or high-speed access to markets in the U.S."
In addition to Toronto, XO has four other international nodes in London, Frankfurt, Amsterdam and Hong King and delivers service to more than 55 countries. It also has a presence at major subsea cable landing stations and international gateways in the U.S.