California-Based Hurricane Electric Expands Internet Services to Arkansas | Arkansas Business News

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Hurricane Electric LLC of Fremont, California, has deployed a network interface point at web hosting company TierPoint LLC of Little Rock’s data center on Chenal Parkway.

The point of presence is Hurricane’s first in Arkansas. The company, which bills itself as the world’s largest IPv6-native internet backbone, said the expansion will provide TierPoint customers with a variety of new connectivity options.

Hurricane said it will also improve fault tolerance, load balancing, and congestion management for customers. The TierPoint network connects businesses to millions of people in Dallas, Memphis, St. Louis and Nashville.

“Hurricane Electric is excited to expand our global network and services in the southern region, enabling enterprises and ISPs to improve their business agility,” Mike Leber, president of Hurricane Electric, said in a news release. “This network expansion builds on Hurricane Electric’s commitment to ensure that we provide connectivity to as many places as possible across the globe.”

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