Hibernia Atlantic extends network to Tokyo
18 April 2011 | 2201 views | 0
Source: Hibernia Atlantic
Hibernia Atlantic, the only diverse transatlantic high bandwidth connectivity provider, announces today that its Global Financial Network (GFN) now extends to the Pacific Rim, including lowest latency routes to Tokyo.
The expected latency will be 127.5 ms round trip delay between the two key financial cities Chicago and Tokyo, making this connectivity one of the fastest available. Hibernia GFN's Tokyo presence is available now, with routes to Hong Kong and Singapore soon to follow. Once on-net, the GFN leading customer service includes guaranteed rapid installation, with five-day turn-up, from signature to service.
Hibernia's GFN is a purpose-built, exclusive network for the financial industry, including banks, financial exchanges and trading firms. Specifically designed to meet the demanding performance and reliability requirements of the financial community, the GFN offers access to key metro markets and financial exchanges in North America, UK, Europe and now the Asia Pac-Rim. With over 120 Points of Presence, Hibernia GFN is built upon 24,000 kilometers of fiber optic cable, extending to the world's key financial cities.