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Press Release -- September 17th, 2015
Source: Hibernia Networks
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HIBERNIA EXPRESS ADDRESSES RISING DEMAND FOR CAPACITY BETWEEN NORTH AMERICA AND EUROPE FOR WEB-BASED COMPANIES

New low latency, high capacity transatlantic submarine cable provides the connectivity required to support web-centric companies’ cloud-based networks

DUBLIN, IRELAND – SEPTEMBER 17, 2015 – Hibernia Networks, a leading provider of high speed global telecommunications services, announces that Hibernia Express, the new low-latency, high-capacity transatlantic submarine cable connecting North America and Europe, addresses the increasing demand for secure and diverse capacity across the Atlantic by web-centric companies. The six-fiber pair, 4,600km submarine cable is the lowest latency link between New York and London, with onward connectivity to key commercial hubs, and offers 100 Gigabits/s transmission capacity.

“The most heavily trafficked transoceanic route in the world lies between North America and Europe,” states Omar Altaji, Chief Commercial Officer of Hibernia Networks. “Hibernia Express provides not only the lowest latency, but also nearly three times more capacity than any other transatlantic cable in service today. Web-centric customers across the globe can count on Hibernia Express for reliable, high speed connectivity that results in improved business performance and an outstanding user experience.”

According to TeleGeography, an industry research firm, a shift in international bandwidth usage is underway driven by the soaring demand requirements of content providers transporting large quantities of data between their major data centers. On the transatlantic route, TeleGeography projects that the private network bandwidth segment, comprised mainly of content providers, exceeded Internet bandwidth for the first time in 2014. The firm projects that by 2019, private networks will account for the majority of overall international bandwidth usage.

“Deploying the latest optical technologies maximizes design capacity, and laying the shortest path minimizes latency in a transoceanic cable system,” states Erik Kreifeldt, senior analyst at TeleGeography. “Web-based companies and content providers that are driving a large portion of the 40% annual growth in demand for transatlantic bandwidth seek low latency to improve customer experience—and subsequently sales performance.”

Today’s cloud-based networks utilized by web-centric companies require scalability, diversity and reliability to run their business critical applications. Hibernia Express’ high capacity, low latency services enable quick and seamless transmission of content between data centers, supported by complete route diversity for resiliency.

Click here for more information on how Hibernia Express can benefit web-centric customers or visit www.hibernianetworks.com/hibernia_express.

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About Hibernia Networks: Hibernia Networks owns and operates a global network connecting North America, Europe and Asia, serving 89 markets and spanning 25 countries.

Hibernia Networks serves customers with unparalleled support, flexibility and service in a variety of industry segments including the telecom service provider, financial services, media and entertainment, and web-centric segments. Hibernia Networks provides secure and diverse dedicated Ethernet, DTM, Wavelengths and carrier-grade IP Transit services. As a true, end-to-end service provider, Hibernia Networks also offers cloud connectivity, low latency services and HiberniaCDN for seamless anytime, anywhere content delivery. Hibernia Networks’ new transatlantic cable, Hibernia Express, provides the lowest latency connectivity available between North America and Europe.

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