ManagedWay in Troy Expanding 100 Gbps Internet Service

Troy’s ManagedWay, which offers dedicated internet access, cloud hosting, and colocation services, has announced it is expanding its ultra-high-speed internet offering in the Troy business community. The expansion, which is under construction, targets businesses along the Big Beaver/1-75 corridor and Maple Road.
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ManagedWay in Troy is expanding its ultra-high-speed internet offering in the Troy business community. // Stock photo

Troy’s ManagedWay, which offers dedicated internet access, cloud hosting, and colocation services, has announced it is expanding its ultra-high-speed internet offering in the Troy business community. The expansion, which is under construction, targets businesses along the Big Beaver/1-75 corridor and Maple Road.

The investment is expected to offer speeds of 100 Gbps, the company’s ultimate bandwidth flexibility, reliability, and low latency (little delay for large amounts of data).

“Network services require constant innovation and investment to stay at the industry forefront,” says Reese Serra, vice president and COO. “Speeds of 100 Gbps were unheard of only a few short years ago. Now, ManagedWay’s strategically located fiber hub can connect directly to Troy businesses, offering the new gold standard for dedicated internet speed and service.”

ManagedWay has also recently made investments aimed at enhancing network capabilities including its data centers and establishing additional point-of-presence sites throughout the U.S. and abroad. It also implemented route optimization software for efficient traffic management and developed a product designed to protect networks against distributed denial-of-service attacks. It has more than 600 miles of fiber and extends its network globally through partnerships with other networks.

The offering is net neutral (ManagedWay does not block any sites), and there is scalable pricing and 24/7 support.

The company has data centers in Troy and Byron Center, Mich. (south of Grand Rapids). It serves customers in North America and Europe.

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