Crosslake Fibre, a global network service provider (NSP) and fiber-optic project developer with offices in North America and Europe, has announced its latest connectivity on-ramp locations in New York at Digital Realty’s facilities at 60 Hudson Street and 111 8th Avenue.
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Two of New York’s largest data centers, 60 Hudson and 111 8th Street, are important interconnect locations for cloud service providers (CSPs) and network service providers (NSPs). Crosslake Fibre has extended its Network Platform by constructing two additional Points-of-Presence (PoPs) in these data centers, allowing clients to connect onto its high-capacity routes from New York to key U.S. cities as well as cross-border into Canada for connection to Toronto and Montreal.
“The additional PoPs in New York present a tremendous opportunity for Crosslake Fibre as we continue to grow our network reach and bring carrier-grade services to national and international organizations,” said Mike Cunningham, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Crosslake Fibre. “Crosslake already operates the lowest latency, high-capacity network between the Toronto and the New Jersey Liquidity Triangle utilizing our unique subsea cable across Lake Ontario. We are now uniquely positioned to extend that low-latency and diverse connectivity into New York.”
Carriers, Cloud Hyperscalers
Crosslake’s expanded network in New York is built on a diversified metro fiber ring and includes direct connections to all major carriers and cloud hyperscalers. It can offer vital data services at speeds of up to 100 Gbps across significant data centers in major North American markets, thanks to low latency, large capacity, and varied connections.
For financial institutions, telecoms carriers, and web-centric clients, Crosslake Fibre’s unique approach to managing and constructing next-generation networks would deliver a choice of capacity offerings on new backbone routes.