IP changes in London, Toronto and Los Angeles next Thursday

Peer1, our long time facility and network partner, has been acquired by Cogeco Cable for $526 million. Under the new management, certain legacy locations were upgraded and it is unfortunately not possible to retain the same IP addresses.

SBC hostnames in London, Toronto and Los Angeles will resolve to new IP addresses on April 14th. Please ensure that you firewall lists allow the IP addresses announced by email. 

About Peer1

PEER 1 operates 16 datacenters in 14 cities in North America and Europe and 19 network points of presence (PoPs). They are a large, SSAE 16, CSAE 3416, and ISAE 3402 certified DC operator with EU and transatlantic fiber assets. While Peer1 performance was generally stable, we will be migrating service to our own floor space later this year.

About 1 Wilshire, Coriander 14, and 151 Front St.

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"One Wilshire", technically 624 S. Grand Street in Los Angeles, is the  is one of the most densely interconnected data centers in the world - you can not reproduce the connectivity. It's telecom gold. The building houses over 200 networks and 60+ cloud and IT service providers. Multiple subsea cables at One Wilshire enable unmatched connectivity from the West Coast to Asia Pacific markets, as well as the Any2Exchange. DID Logic is in early bidding stages with CoreSite, the facility operator, to launch our direct floor space in Q2 2016.

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Telehouse North - London, UK Opened in 1990, Telehouse North was first purpose-built colocation facility in Europe. Telehouse North has also been the primary home of the London Internet Exchange since 1994. Coriander 14 remains one of the most heavily connected DCs in the world.

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Equinix Toronto TR1 at 151 Front Street is Canada’s largest and most important carrier hotel and is the home to the Toronto Internet Exchange (TorIX). As a Telecity direct tenant, DID Logic is joining the Equinix IBX as a result of Telecity acquisition.

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