DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Hibernia Networks, a leading provider of global, high speed telecommunications services, today announces that it has expanded its Point-of-Presence (PoP) for Optical, Ethernet and IP services at Fibre Centre, a network-neutral data center and meet-me-room located in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada. In addition to providing access to Hibernia Networks’ best-in-class IP Transit service with more than 800 peering interconnects, the PoP location facilitates high performance and scalable Optical and Ethernet connectivity required by regional businesses seeking enhanced international reach.
“We’re proud to be able to deliver our suite of high performance solutions into Moncton through the Fibre Centre data center, enabling customers to grow and strengthen their position within existing markets as well as expand into new international markets.”
The direct access to Hibernia Networks’ services through Fibre Centre enables customers to benefit from Hibernia Networks’ low latency routes between North America, Europe and the rest of the world, leveraging Hibernia Express, the state-of-the-art cable system offering the lowest latency transatlantic connectivity. The Moncton PoP location also provides enhanced diversity on key commercial routes between North America and Europe, ensuring the resiliency and redundancy customers seek for their business critical telecommunication services.
“Hibernia Networks connects our customers with fast, reliable and secure connectivity services regardless of their geographical location,” states Al DiGabriele, Senior Vice President Product Management and Marketing at Hibernia Networks. “We’re proud to be able to deliver our suite of high performance solutions into Moncton through the Fibre Centre data center, enabling customers to grow and strengthen their position within existing markets as well as expand into new international markets.”
“Direct access to reliable, high speed networks is important to our community as a vital commercial hub,” states Ryan Sorrey, Director of Information Systems for the City of Moncton. “Hibernia Networks’ industry leading low latency network platform provides local businesses with the competitive telecommunications infrastructure that spurs economic growth and attracts investment.”
"We are thrilled to host both Hibernia Networks and the City of Moncton at Fibre Centre," states Hunter Newby, Co-Owner of Fibre Centre. "Hibernia Networks’ investment in upgrading its presence to becoming a core node on their global network is a testament to the strategic importance of Moncton as a center of commerce."
For more information on Hibernia’s cutting-edge network and to view its global network map, please visit www.hibernianetworks.com.
About Hibernia Networks:
Hibernia Networks owns and operates a global network serving more than 100 markets and spanning 25 countries. Hibernia Networks serves customers with unparalleled support, flexibility and service in a variety of industry segments including financial markets, web-centric, media and entertainment, and telecom service providers. Providing enterprise-class and wholesale global connectivity solutions, Hibernia Networks offers secure and diverse optical transport, Ethernet, and carrier-grade IP transit services. Hibernia Networks also offers dedicated cloud connectivity, low latency services, DTM and HiberniaCDN for seamless anytime, anywhere content delivery. Hibernia Express, Hibernia Networks’ transatlantic cable, provides the lowest latency connections available between major commercial and financial centers in North America, Europe and beyond. The state-of-the-art cable system garnered two Global Carriers Awards in 2015 -Subsea Project of the Year and Best Subsea Innovation, as well as the Global Telecom Business Innovation Award for 2016.
About Fibre Centre
Fibre Centre is a network-neutral data center and interconnection facility located at 770 St George Blvd in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada. The business was created to provide an important and strategic access point to the numerous fiber-based submarine and terrestrial carrier networks that pass through the Province of New Brunswick, the hub of Atlantic Canada, creating economic development and growth opportunities for the region. For more information, visit www.fibrecentre.com.