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Hurricane Electric Expands Network Connectivity

Submitted by on 18 November, 2017 – 4:32 am

Portland, OR – Hurricane Electric, the world’s largest Internet backbone IPv6 native and a leading provider of installation, announced today that it has established a point of presence (PoP) in the Pittock Internet Exchange.

“New Hurricane Electric is the point of presence will give users of the facilities Pittock of the ability to directly access the Hurricane Electric solutions unparalleled connectivity to meet the most demanding traffic needs,” said Martin Levy, Director Hurricane Electric IPv6 Strategy. “Over the next couple of months, Hurricane Electric will continue to establish PoPs in Asia, Europe and the United States.”

Besides access to the electricity grid major hurricane, Hurricane offers companies without certification and Service Broker IPv6 tunnel.

Hurricane Electric first deployed IPv6 in its backbone network worldwide in 2001. global Internet backbone Hurricane Electric is one of the few that is native IPv6 tunneling does not depend on internal requirements for IPv6 connectivity. IPv6 is provided as a basic service that every customer is provided connectivity IPv6 and IPv4 connectivity factor. Hurricane Electric connects more than 900 partners IPv6 backbones.

Hurricane Electric provides IPv4 and IPv6 traffic solutions on the same connection at speeds of up to 10 Gbps or more. With its own global network, the company has 45 major exchange points with connectivity to more than 1,500 different networks. The use of the topology of the elastic fiber, Hurricane Electric has at least four redundant paths crossing North America, two separate paths between the U.S. and Europe, and rings in Europe and Asia.

About Hurricane Electric
Hurricane Electric is an Internet backbone and leading provider of placement. Hurricane Electric operates its own global IPv4 and IPv6 network and owns multiple data centers in Fremont, California, running multiple n-by-10 Gbps links across North America, Europe and Asia. Founded by Mike Leber in his garage in 1994, Hurricane Electric now operates the largest Internet backbone IPv6 network in the world, measured by the number of connected networks. For additional information about Hurricane Electric, please visit

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