Herndon, VA - EdgeConneX, the provider of data center solutions has partnered with Electric Lightwave, a provider of fiber-based networking, communications and technology solutions, to have its domestic subsea cable terminate directly into the San Diego Edge Data Center. The Edge Landing Station (ELS) utilizes Electric Lightwave's fiber network to provide direct access to transpacific subsea cables from an Edge Data Center (EDC).
The ELS will provide a direct gateway where Pacific subsea systems meet with terrestrial networks, enabling connectivity along the West Coast. The ELS will offer colocation, delivering connectivity options to customers in the San Diego Edge Data Center, including Cox, MegaPort and other content providers.
Electric Lightwave's network offers direct connections to key cable landing stations across California, including San Luis Obispo (SLO) and Morro Bay. Together, these landing stations deliver access to five major transpacific submarine cables, including the China-US, Asia-America Gateway (AAG), Japan-US South, Southern Cross and TPC-5 Cable Networks.