December 10, 2014
Princeton Public Schools Installs High-Speed Fiber Internet from Sunesys
Princeton Public Schools has announced that it has obtained SunIP Internet connectivity and Transport Services from Sunesys, LLC, a subsidiary of Quanta Services, Inc. Established in early October, the diverse connection provides 500Mbps up and down from Princeton’s hub location back to two northeast based data centers at 165 Halsey in Newark, and 401 N. Broad Street in Philadelphia, Pa. “We are thrilled to obtain Sunesys’ Internet connectivity for our district,” said Peter C. Thompson, the school district’s manager of information technology. “The diverse connection helps to reduce potential points of failure and the robust fiber optic transport connects directly back to our network backbone. With Princeton’s increasing reliance on cloud based resources and the growth of online assessment and testing such as PARCC, we are meeting the demand of technology needs for our students and faculty.” Sunesys currently serves over 200 school districts across nine states and provides over 5,000 route miles across New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
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