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FAQ: IX Reach acquisition of Console’s network customers

 

IX Reach

IX Reach is a global provider of network services to enterprise and carriers with cloud connectivity, direct interconnection to all major cloud providers, IX remote peering, low latency high-speed point-to-point and multipoint capacity, metro and DWDM in major cities, enterprise business IP, BGP transit, and colocation including its Global Carrier Centre in Harbour Exchange, London Docklands.

IX Reach offers a cost effective portfolio of tailored network services, enabling carriers, ISPs, content and service providers of all sizes to quickly and easily increase their network footprint and connect to the Cloud without the need to invest heavily in their own infrastructure or increase resources.

Industry expert Stephen Wilcox founded the company in 2007 with a vision of making connectivity easier and pioneering the concept of one simple solution – a single port with many connections.

IX Reach emerged from an overwhelming need from the industry, for simple network expansion solutions into new markets, and a global ‘single point of contact’ wholesale carrier who could bundle solutions – particularly remotely peering at major Internet Exchanges – without the need for the customer to manage and invest heavily in new infrastructure.

IX Reach was acquired 2015 and was under the Console family along with Allegro and IIX brands becoming Console Network Solutions. In 2017, IX Reach’s founder acquired the network business from Console and renamed back to IX Reach, and going back to their roots focussing once more on being a leading connectivity provider, remote peering provider and direct connect solutions to the cloud.

IX Reach has cultivated an unrivalled partner network of key Internet Exchanges; data centers, network, and cloud IaaS/PaaS operators, while steadily expanding the network globally in order to continue providing customers with all the benefits of one solution for their Layer 1, Layer 2 and Layer 3 network connectivity requirements.