Sidera Networks has just shown its hand in the East-Coast fiber-optic playing field by enhancing its Transcom Route running from New York to Washington, DC to now include a diverse path to Ashburn, VA. This strategic move enables Sidera to quickly react to requests for buildouts in this geographical hotspot for data-center development.
The company is already connected to nearly a hundred data centers; this new path will help Sidera accomplish its goal of connecting to every data center within 2 miles of its network.
Du Pont Fabros and RagingWire were the first to benefit from the new route, with additional partnerships quickly taking shape; not just on the East Coast, but nation-wide, as well as in Europe, Asia-Pacific, and South America .
The move also strenghtens Sidera’s capabilities to respond to mission-critical, low-latency requirements from financial and healthcare providers. It clearly demonstrates the company’s ability and willingness to meet its customers’ demands, an aspect that is first and foremost in its buildout strategy; Sidera builds exactly what the customer needs, when they need it.
Sidera has all the winning cards in this game: rapidly delivering complex networks via the shortest route, with the best latency, at the lowest possible cost – making Sidera one of the strongest players in the industry.