Mike Sevret, Executive Vice President of Cross River Fiber, announced its support of the Radio Frequency (RF) wireless community via their CLEC right-of-way ability and lowest latency routes for hard-wired infrastructure in the NJ/NY metro markets. This announcement was made in the Press Room of the 2012 Telecom Exchange event held in NYC on June 27th.
Cross River Fiber is a New Jersey-based CLEC and boutique dark fiber optic and telecom solutions provider that owns, builds and operates new fiber rights of way in the NJ/NY metro markets. The company has embraced and supported the RF culture, giving end-users a complimentary offering and alternative solution to what is already prevalent in the fiber optic space. Sevret described the initiative as not only a logical solution, but also a viable service offering.
“Cross River Fiber provides a complimentary offering to support the RF community with the best-of-breed technologies and fiber connectivity to buildings, exchanges and hubs where end-users are trying to find a dual play of service with best latency for hard wired fiber with an RF compliment,” Sevret said. “Essentially, Cross River Fiber is serving as RF technology’s runway with its fiber infrastructure.”
The RF community is considered a steadily expanding vertical in the telecommunications arena. It provides critical support to an extensive network of exchanges, data centers and enterprise financial facilities (utilized in high frequency trading).
“In the RF vertical, it really comes down to speed and low latency. Cross River Fiber builds the best-of-breed fiber assets, fastest exchange routes and critical data centers through its partnerships with Hibernia and the like. Now that we have this infrastructure, we are taking it a step further to support the enterprise community in high frequency trading,” Sevret explained. “Through its expansive suite of solutions, Cross River Fiber is ideally positioned to provide that last mile of fiber connectivity from a financial data center back to the infrastructure where the RF is being supported.”
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To learn more about Cross River Fiber and their product offerings, visit http://crossriverfiber.com/.