Crosslake Fibre adds Point of Presence at Cologix’s Montreal Data Center

March 13, 2024
The new PoP joins existing connections in Toronto, New York, and Chicago.

Cologix, The network neutral interconnection and data center company Cologix, announced on March 12 that it has expanded its partnership with Crosslake Fibre, adding a new Point of Presence (PoP) in Montreal.

Crosslake’s new PoP, located at Cologix's MTL3 digital edge data center, is the latest product of the companies’ existing partnership, which already operates a cross-lake submarine cable connecting financial and technology markets in Toronto, New York, and Chicago.

Mike Cunningham, Crosslake Fibre CEO, said in a press release, “This new PoP at Cologix’s MTL3 data center is a natural progression of our existing partnership. Our terrestrial and subsea fiber infrastructure extends our reach and enables both new and existing customers to access our high-performance network, improving global connectivity and resiliency.”

Cologix, which offers carrier and cloud-neutral hyperscale edge data centers and services in 11 North American markets, provides 75% of all public cloud onramps in Canada.

President and general manager of Cologix Canada, Sean Maskell, said in the press release, “We understand the growing need within our ecosystem for connectivity solutions that cater to the changing data requirements of businesses, especially those embracing AI applications. This expansion empowers us to deliver scalable, secure, and uninterrupted capacity to customers, offering the quickest, most efficient routes across diverse geographic locations.”

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About the Author

Hayden Beeson

Hayden Beeson is a writer and editor with over seven years of experience in a variety of industries. Prior to joining Lightwave and Broadband Technology Report, he was the associate editor of Architectural SSL and LEDs Magazine. 

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