Baltimore Technology Park has partnered with Comcast to connect its colocation data center to Comcast’s private, optical network and fiber footprint.
In addition to connecting to Comcast’s network, Baltimore Technology Park can also offer its customers Comcast Business’ Ethernet services, which are faster, more secure and scalable than T1 lines, Frame Relay, ATM and dedicated lines.
“As we continue to expand our presence in the region, we are proud to partner with Baltimore Technology Park to offer customers an additional choice in meeting their technology needs,” said Tom Coughlin, senior vice president of Comcast’s Beltway Region. “Our Ethernet services provide a fast and reliable way for local companies to connect to their critical data when they need it most, and we look forward to making even more customers aware of the benefits that our services can provide to businesses of all sizes.”
Baltimore Technology Park (BTP) is a 30,000-square-foot facility that is located in downtown Baltimore. It offers businesses flexibility in addressing their space, network, security, cooling and power needs relating to data infrastructure management
BTP is the largest carrier-neutral data center in Maryland and serves the mission-critical data center needs of businesses of all types and sizes throughout Mid-Atlantic Region.
Baltimore Technology Park is owned by Enterprise Technology Parks, and is a sister property to Philadelphia Technology Park, a high-density, high-redundancy data center facility in the Philadelphia Navy Yard that partnered with Comcast Business Services earlier this month.