Recently, Hudson Fiber Network (HFN) announced its partnership with Cross River Fiber. This partnership between this transport and IP services provider and fiber company will provide ultra-low latency connectivity from Mahwah, NJ to three remote financial locations in Secaucus, Weehawken, and Carteret.
Not long ago the NYSE announced that their Mahwah data center facilities would be open to outside carriers serving the financial trading community. This new route will have the ability to access these three financial hubs at the quickest speed available through the Mahwah route.
The new path allows customers to choose between lit services, passive wavelength options, and dark fiber. There are other limited fibers that are available through pre sale.
“We are thrilled to provide access to such critical routes and thrilled to have entered into this strategic alliance with Cross River Fiber,” said Brett Diamond, President, HFN. “Their expertise in building ultra-low latency network solutions for the financial community makes them the ideal partner to deploy on such strategic services for our customers.”
“Speed is paramount in the financial services industry,” adds Vincenzo Clemente, CEO, Cross River Fiber. “Because we were looking to build the fastest route between these two locations today, we wanted to work with a trusted leader in delivering ultra-low latency connectivity. This qualifies Hudson Fiber Network as the partner of choice on this route, and the other ones we are deploying with them.”
The path will be launched in Q1 of 2013.