Hibernia Atlantic again reduces latency on its Global Financial Network

JANUARY 12, 2010 -- Hibernia Atlantic says it has once again reduced the latency of key financial routes on its Global Financial Network (GFN). Major GFN financial routes such as from New Jersey to Toronto now carry as little as 9.5 millisecond round trip delay, Hibernia Atlantic asserts.

JANUARY 12, 2010 -- Hibernia Atlantic says it has once again reduced the latency of key financial routes on its Global Financial Network (GFN). Major GFN financial routes such as from New Jersey to Toronto now carry as little as 9.5 millisecond round trip delay, Hibernia Atlantic asserts. The optical communications services provider says it also improved latency on routes in and around the New Jersey metro area to ultimately connect to long-haul networks reaching Chicago, Toronto, London, and Frankfurt.

Engineered to connect global financial markets, the GFN is designed to offer secure and diverse transatlantic low latency connectivity. With over 24,000 km of fiber-optic cable, the GFN connects financial exchanges, carrier hotels, and data centers such as 755 Secaucus Rd., 165 Halsey and 300 Blvd. East in New Jersey to market data firms and exchanges in Toronto, Canada with short, direct routes.

Hibernia Atlantic recently announced that it will build Project Express, which it expects to offer the lowest latency transatlantic connection from New York to London with sub 60-millisecond speed. This new build will be completed in the summer of 2012.

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