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Global Capacity Adds New Point of Presence in Denver, CO

Growing Customer Demand for Competitive Ethernet Connectivity Drives Ongoing One Marketplace Expansion

CHICAGO, IL -- (Marketwired) -- 09/03/14 -- Global Capacity, the leading network connectivity company, today announces the expansion of its One Marketplace with a new Point of Presence (PoP) located at 910 15th Street in Denver, CO, in one of the largest and most interconnected facilities in the Rocky Mountain Region. Global Capacity's Denver PoP provides an additional interconnect point to One Marketplace, fortifying connectivity to the platform throughout the West.

Global Capacity enables customers to extend the reach of their network footprint with One Marketplace, taking advantage of near-ubiquitous network access, ranging from large national networks, to regional and local or metro networks, without a requirement to design, contract and manage interconnections with each of them. One Marketplace provides bi-directional interconnection and market-competitive opportunities for network buyers and sellers, enabling both groups to compete on a larger scale. With speeds scaling from 1.5 Mbps to 10 Gbps, Global Capacity's award-winning One Marketplace Ethernet offers a breadth of service attributes to meet customers' network transport needs for voice, data, cloud and video applications.

"Customer demand for more competitively priced connectivity and lower latency across the West has fueled Global Capacity's Denver expansion," says Ben Edmond, Chief Revenue Officer of Global Capacity. "Global Capacity will continue to expand the One Marketplace footprint in ways that complement our existing customers and suppliers, while maintaining the highest level of interconnectedness for near-ubiquitous reach."

One Marketplace's new interconnect point in Denver provides extensive coverage of the Western, Southwest and Central US, offering 10 ms connectivity to 10 surrounding states as well as opening up connectivity to local telecom operators and rural markets. This includes over 53 regional and national carrier networks, along with core national fiber networks and the region's largest internet peering exchange at 910 15th Street. This high-demand, key aggregation point enables delivery of diverse route options, competitive pricing and a broad selection of network services to One Marketplace customers, supporting Global Capacity's commitment to delivering near-ubiquitous network reach.

Global Capacity's One Marketplace eliminates the complexity and inefficiency of buying network connectivity by combining interconnected, aggregated network with a Cloud application that automates the procurement of network services. One Marketplace streamlines service delivery and ensures the best client experience by providing customers with a single interface through which to design, price and fulfill multi-network, multi-geography requirements, as well as a single SLA, contract and point of contact.

To learn more about extending your reach with an interconnection to Global Capacity's award-winning One Marketplace, visit www.globalcapacity.com/one-marketplace/network.

Global Capacity will be celebrating the opening of the newest One Marketplace PoP in Denver with an exclusive launch event on October 1, 2014 from 6:30 to 9:00 CT in downtown Denver. Attendees can request a ticket to attend; Space is limited, click here to RSVP.

About Global Capacity
Global Capacity is the marketplace of networks, delivering ubiquitous network connectivity solutions via its industry-leading platform, One Marketplace. One Marketplace eliminates the complexity and inefficiency of a fragmented network market by combining an aggregated, interconnected physical network with a unique Cloud application that automates the design, pricing, ordering, delivery, and maintenance of network solutions. One Marketplace provides cost-effective, high-performance network solutions that support the exploding bandwidth requirements driven by the Cloud, mobility and globalization for wholesale and enterprise customers. Additional information can be found at www.globalcapacity.com or by connecting with Global Capacity on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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