Spread Networks LLC, operator of a network between New York and Chicago, entered a new agreement with Sidera Networks LLC, a provider of fiber optic-based network systems, which enables Sidera to wholesale Spread Networks Ultra Low Latency Wave service.
This new relationship enables the integration of Spread Networks 14.6 millisecond round-trip Chicago-NY Ultra Low Latency Wave service with Sidera's Xtreme Network in the New York and Chicago metro areas. As part of the agreement, Sidera will offer managed services over Spread Networks Carteret-Secaucus Dark Fiber.
"The Sidera Xtreme Network is an excellent complementary offer to our Ultra Low Latency Wave Service," says David Barksdale, chief executive officer of Spread Networks. "The broad reach of the Sidera Xtreme Network represents tremendous last-mile flexibility for firms seeking the lowest latency door-to-door round trip between New York and Chicago."
"With the addition of the Spread network, Sidera can combine its low-latency metro services with the lowest-latency New York to Chicago service, offering our clients a comprehensive and unique solution," explains Mike Sicoli, CEO of Sidera Networks.
Sidera will resell services on Spread Networks Ultra Low Latency Wave service between Chicago, and Spread Networks' New Jersey endpoints at Newark, Weehawken, Carteret, and Secaucus.
Spread Networks offers its flagship private dark fiber service that is the benchmark for ultra low latency connecting New York and Chicago in under 13.33 milliseconds roundtrip. To build this network, Spread Networks trenched a long-haul route on the shortest possible path connecting these two financial centers.