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Hudson Fiber Network moves into Toronto

22 February 2010  |  1479 views  |  0 Source: Hudson Fiber Network

Hudson Fiber Network, an exclusive provider of high-bandwidth, low-latency networking solutions has announced its continued growth into two premier locations in Toronto: 151 Front and 100 Wellington Streets, which will feature its X-Change Connect solution providing speeds from 10M to 40G - connecting customers to the leading financial markets in New York, Chicago and New Jersey with the lowest latency routes.

As part of its Metro Ethernet offering, Hudson Fiber Network's X-Change Connect offers financial services companies the lowest levels of latency across the shortest distance fiber routes. Its guaranteed, microsecond Service Level Agreements (SLAs) enable customers to provide a single point of connectivity with unmatched performance for trading firms in the equity markets. Due to its strategic partnerships with top colocation providers, Hudson Fiber Network's X-Change Connect is being deployed to the major metropolitan exchanges throughout North America.

"We understand our customers' need for instantaneous, uninterrupted information - a competitive advantage in today's trading market," said Brett Diamond, President, Hudson Fiber Network. "In addition to low latency, financial services customers are seeking global reach to the top financial markets. Our expansion into Toronto allows customers to connect to the major exchanges in New York, New Jersey, Chicago, London and Asia."

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