365 Data Centers extends its network with Crosslake Fibre

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365 Data Centers a provider of hybrid data center solutions in 12 edge markets, declared the addition of Crosslake Fibre as a client and service provider at its connectivity-rich network-hub data center situated in Buffalo, New York. Crosslake is an international network provider and developer of unusual subsea and terrestrial fiber networks. 365 runs a low latency, nationwide fiber network for enterprise, carrier, and satisfied clients.

Expansion of Network

By the inclusion of Crosslake’s services, 365 Datacenters provide connectivity from Buffalo to Toronto and Montreal in Canada and network transport choices to Ashburn, Chicago, Rochester, and New York in the US.

CEO of Crosslake Fibre, Mike Cunningham stated that Buffalo is the second-largest city in New York and has been continually evolving and growing tech scene. The company has expanded its network based on the client’s demand and the potential the city provides. Through 365 Data Centers, they have discovered the perfect partner and location to give as an access ramp-on point to their international network. Companies requiring to interconnect with their portfolio of services can soon do so with dark fiber, engineered spectrum, or optical capacity solutions.

365’s Buffalo data center is established in the city’s telecom hub. With this facility, clients can pick from more than 20 various carriers to reach worldwide networks. As per the report, the inclusion of Crosslake’s cable system gives backbone internet infrastructure that helps wholesale carriers, cloud service providers, and businesses that operate high-performance based platforms.

CEO of 365 Data Centers, Bob DeSantis stated the decision of Crosslake Fibre to colocate its subsea cable termination from Canada to their Buffalo data center extends 365’s network service offerings to current clients and enables them to continue to take requests for high-density fiber services. This extension will bring more extra network traffic into Buffalo, which can then be interconnected to the networks of 365 and about 30 other U.S. and international service providers housed at the data center. Crosslake Fibre’s presence in Buffalo likewise enables 365 to provide higher bandwidth requests at further competitive prices.

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