Opus Interactive offers NWAX at both its Downtown Portland and Hillsboro Data Centers
PORTLAND, OR – February 2017 – Opus Interactive is now offering the Northwest Access Exchange (NWAX) Peering Fabric at its Downtown Portland and Hillsboro Data Centers. NWAX gives Opus Interactive clients direct access to all 82 NWAX member networks.
“Offering NWAX is a huge benefit to in-region customers because it allows them the ability to connect directly with other member customers to deliver a faster and more seemless experience,” says Opus Interactive CEO Eric Hulbert, “With data accumulating worldwide, and fast transfer requirements growing, anything you can do to reduce the time it takes to do business, the better. NWAX provides that solution.”
NWAX is a vendor neutral Internet exchange based in Portland Oregon, which currently serves public and private networks. The goal of NWAX is to improve the quality of the Internet in the region by keeping local traffic local. Participating networks peer with each other across the NWAX network fabric and take part in the regional economy. “We are excited to be adding another extension switch at the Opus downtown datacenter”, said Eric Rosenberry, NWAX President, “which brings our total site count to six”
NWAX offers a number of benefits including:
About Opus Interactive
Founded in 1996, Opus Interactive provides cloud hosting, managed services and colocation from Tier III+ data centers in Hillsboro, Portland, Silicon Valley and Dallas.
Through close partnerships with industry leaders and a commitment to customer satisfaction, Opus Interactive has earned a reputation for customized IT solutions that fit unique requirements for equipment, scalability, budget and future growth needs of its customers.
Headquartered in Portland, Oregon, Opus Interactive is an accredited member of the International Managed Services Provider Alliance and is PCI-DSS, HIPAA, and SSAE16 audited.