NetTALK Buys Miami Data Center

Telecom and VoIP service provider netTALK.com has purchased a 23,000 square foot data center in north Miami. The building, renamed the netTALK Cloud Center, will also serve as netTALK’s headquarters.

Telecom and VoIP service provider netTALK.com has purchased a 23,000 square foot data center in north Miami. The building, renamed the netTALK Cloud Center, will also serve as netTALK’s headquarters. The facility features fully-redundant power design and maximum connectivity for future wireless 4G offerings, courtesy of a 150-foot, 4G enabled cellular tower.

Current tenants of the netTALK Cloud Center include Sprint Nextel Corp, Florida Power and Light - Fibernet, Qwest/CenturyLink , AT&T Wireless and Verizon Wireless.

"The netTALK Cloud Center marks a major step in our evolution as a company," said Anastasios  Kyriakides, President and CEO of netTALK. "Building on our recently-announced multi-year wholesale agreement with Lightsquared, this state-of-the-art facility provides us with additional capacity, power efficiencies and equipment such as a high-bandwidth antennae, which are key to our strategic growth plans, current and future, including television and wireless 4G transmissions, and B2B services within cloud hosting, network operations and other data management services."

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