Verus Joins Denver, Seattle Exchanges

 In News, Press Release


Combination with Minnesota Internet Cooperative Exchange (MICE)
gives Verus customers advantages for lower latency and faster Internet connections

Coon Rapids, MN – December 7, 2017 – Verus Corporation has officially joined both the Seattle Internet Exchange (SIX) and the Interconnection Exchange-Denver (IX-Denver) to further expand the ability to provide faster, more affordable Internet service to hosted customers, with lower latency and less chance of downtime.

Verus traffic now traverses dual 10 Gb connections into SIX, with more than 4 Terabytes of capacity and over 1 Terabyte of peered traffic. Verus traffic also traverses a 10 Gb path to Denver and MICE. This means Verus is now connected into three of the top 30 Internet Exchange Points in the world.

In addition to the advantages of high speed data transfer and reduced latency, peering through the exchanges also allows for providing fault tolerance, and improving routing efficiency and bandwidth. Additionally, direct peering is now available with some of the largest web-based companies in the world, including Amazon, Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Dropbox, and more.


Verus Corporation is a network infrastructure management and strategic IT consulting company, serving the Twin Cities and Greater Minnesota markets since 2002. The company is also an Internet Service Provider (ISP) with its secure data center in Minneapolis, MN, and a backup data center in Coon Rapids, MN. Verus has been a certified WatchGuard Expert Partner since 2004, and one of just 7 WatchGuardONE Platinum Partners in North America. Verus was also the first Cisco Select Certified Partner in the US. To learn more, visit

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