Crosslake Fibre, an international network service provider and developer of critical communication infrastructure is nearing its completion of the new network named ‘CrossChannel Fibre‘ which was first announced in December 2020.
Crosslake Fibre’s new network will be the first one to be laid across the English Channel’s most bustling shipping lanes since 2001.
The new European network route will be utilizing Ciena’s coherent optical technology and advanced analytics apps to offer advanced network capabilities among the data hubs of Slough, UK, and Paris, France.
The international service provider claims that the CrossChannel Fibre is capable of offering low latency and high resources. Especially, to meet the growing bandwidth needs of internet content providers, telecommunication carriers, financial institutions, media, and gaming companies where high bandwidth resources are needed to run its operations.
This new international low latency fiber optic initiative will be connecting Equinix’s London and Paris data centers.
Crosslake Fibre’s Chief Executive Officer, Mike Cunningham stated that since the last two decades, there hasn’t been any new fiber network across the Channel. So, we observed the requirement for a modern network infrastructure that could manage the growing and scaling needs of the modern-day digital world and also serve generations in the future. And we believe CrossChannel Fibre will accomplish our vision.
Vice President of Global Submarine Solutions, Ciena, Ian Clarke stated that Crosslake’s new European submarine cable network will offer high reliability and quick connectivity along with performance boost and low latency particularly for online activities like streaming and gaming. Thereby playing a crucial role in enhancing the experiences such as eSports and videoconferencing.
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