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Telx Director of IP Development and Engineering Speaking at LINX 67

Michael Lucking to Present Session

What: Educational Session about the U.S. peering market at LINX 67, a leading European Internet Exchange conference

Who: Presented by Michael Lucking, Telx's Director of IP Development and Engineering

Where: LINX 67 Conference, being held at:

Goodenough College, London House

Mecklenburgh Square

London

WC1N 2AB

When: Tuesday, November 17, 2009 at 12:15 p.m. GMT

Details: Michael Lucking, Telx's Director of IP Development and Engineering, will present an educational session to the members of the London Internet Exchange on Tuesday, November 17, 2009 at the Exchange's bi-annual member meeting, being held at Goodenough College in London.

Lucking will present overview of the evolution of peering in the U.S., the Internet peering market in the United States, as well as an overview of the various Internet exchanges available. In addition, Lucking will demonstrate the various connection points between Internet exchanges and show the depth of interconnectivity offered by Telx within its Internet Exchange.

European Internet Exchange members will gain enhanced understanding about the U.S. peering market, the options available and how to best leverage these for their businesses.

Editors please note: LINX 67 is a closed meeting. For pre- or post-event interviews via teleconference about U.S.-based Internet Exchanges or the domestic peering market, please contact Karyn Price (reach details below) to schedule interviews.

Contact: Karyn Price, Bailiwick Company on behalf of Telx, +1 609 397 4880, ext. 204 or
[email protected].

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About Telx
Telx is a world-class leader in providing interconnectivity solutions through their network-neutral and network rich, colocation facilities.  With 15 facilities in North America, Telx offers cost effective networking solutions for customers to seamlessly access diverse global networks and exchange information in a secure and reliable environment.   More than 700 leading telecommunications carriers, ISPs, content providers and enterprises rely on Telx's world-class team to support their mission-critical global infrastructure needs and to create a global connectivity marketplace to dramatically expand their business growth opportunities. Telx is a privately held company headquartered in New York City with four facilities in the New York Metro area, two facilities in Chicago, two facilities in Dallas, three facilities in California, (Los Angeles, San Francisco, Santa Clara) and facilities in Atlanta, Miami, Phoenix and Charlotte, N.C. For more information about Telx, visit www.telx.com.

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Karyn joined the Bailiwick Company ten years ago, and spends the majority of her time managing media relations and corporate, employee and marketing communications for her telecommunications and technology clients. She currently leads the company's public relations practice. With an eye toward results, she works diligently to secure meaningful coverage for clients in relevant print and online publications, as well as in key financial and analyst reports. Her new-found passion for social media has ignited additional interest for the clients she serves. Prior to joining Bailiwick, Karyn was the communications manager for the Bucks County Conference & Visitors Bureau, where she publicized the beauty, art and culture that the region offers to leisure travelers. Under her direction, the county saw a 43 percent increase in travel leads. She has also spent time in advertising. Karyn holds an M.A. in Professional Communication from La Salle University and a B.A. in Communication from Elizabethtown College. Outside of the office she enjoys music, spending time with family and reading great novels. Please note that the views expressed on this site are mine and do not necessarily reflect the views of the clients I represent.

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