1623 Farnam, a regional leader in network-neutral, edge interconnection and data center services, announced a new point of presence (PoP) with Subspace, an innovative, global, private network enabling users to optimize voice, video, gaming, and other real-time applications through intelligent routing systems.
“There are key network ecosystem requirements that we can get at 1623 Farnam that are not available at most data centers,” said Ron Williams, COO at Subspace. “We look forward to providing 1623’s customers with high-quality experiences. Real-time developers worldwide focus on creating the biggest and best apps, and we all know what it’s like not to get the full experience of what was intended due to latency or network quality issues. We’ve cracked that code.”
Williams describes Subspace as the “Waze of the internet,” referencing the GPS navigation software that provides users with point-to-point driving directions. The company’s PacketAccelerator allows applications to direct their digital traffic into the fastest available route, bypassing any potential latency-related or quality issues that lead to interruptions, providing real-time network performance demanded by video conferencing, collaboration, remote work and gaming applications regardless of protocol. Additionally, the Subspace WebRTC CDN provides easy on-boarding of all WebRTC applications seeking the most stable network to connect anyone in the world with others.
With its partnership with Subspace and key cloud platform providers such as Arelion Cloud Connect, Megaport, PacketFabric, and more, 1623 Farnam continues to catalyze hybrid cloud choices, offering customers robust options for migrating their workloads to the most optimal environments for unique business goals.
1623 Farnam’s strategic location in the center of the United States in the growing tech hub of Omaha, Nebraska, makes it an attractive locale for organizations’ cloud and data connectivity presence. This facility offers customers access to low power costs, and low-latency connections to other major metropolitan centers as well as protection against natural disasters.