Hibernia Networks to supply 100-Gbps to NTT Communications

Jan. 21, 2013
Fiber-optic network services provider Hibernia Networks (formerly Hibernia Atlantic) says it will supply 100-Gbps network capacity to NTT Communications. NTT Communications will use the capacity to support its European expansion plans as well as its Global IP Network (GIN). Hibernia Networks says it will leverage multiple terrestrial and subsea links to ensure network diversity.

Fiber-optic network services provider Hibernia Networks (formerly Hibernia Atlantic) says it will supply 100-Gbps network capacity to NTT Communications. NTT Communications will use the capacity to support its European expansion plans as well as its Global IP Network (GIN). Hibernia Networks says it will leverage multiple terrestrial and subsea fiber-optic cable links to ensure network diversity.

“As NTT Communications continues extending its global footprint to meet increasing data demand, we selected Hibernia Networks to expand our network infrastructure because of its technology, experience, and personalized support,” states Chris Lathrop, senior director, network infrastructure, NTT Communications Global IP Network for NTT America. “We required a diverse route from key European points to the West Coast of the US, and Hibernia was able to design complex solutions that would encompass multiple routes.”

“By providing NTT Communications with our carefully engineered diverse network capacity, Hibernia plays a pivotal role in meeting maximum uptime for their clients along with furthering positive customer experiences,” comments Eric Gutshall, president of wholesale for Hibernia Networks. “The additional Hibernia capacity serves to link NTT Communications’ Asia, U.S., and European markets. We look forward to growing our relationship with this trusted partner.”

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