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Press Release -- May 28th, 2020
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Crosslake Fiber Expands Network into 165 Halsey Street Data Center

Enables Low Latency, Diverse Network Connectivity for Financials, Telecoms and Enterprises

Newark, NJ – May 27, 2020 –  165 Halsey Street, a dedicated 1.2 million square foot data center/colocation/telecom carrier hotel is pleased to announce that Crosslake Fiber, a leading provider of connectivity between Canada and the US,  has expanded its network into the 165 Halsey Street data center facility.

Crosslake Fiber recently built the fastest and most diverse long-haul route providing lit capacity services that interconnect two of the most vital financial markets in the world, Toronto and New York. The Crosslake cable system provides backbone internet infrastructure that benefits not only financial markets, but also wholesale carriers, cloud service providers and enterprises that run high-performance based platforms.

Highlights:

• The new optimized and geographically diverse network delivers sub-9 ms round trip delay (RTD) performance between Toronto and New York City.
• From 165 Halsey Street, customers can connect to the Crosslake network for connectivity to Toronto and Buffalo, with new Points of Presence (PoPs) in Montreal, Chicago and Ashburn due to go live in Q2 2020.
• 165 Halsey Street customers connecting to Crosslake do so with no monthly recurring cross connect fees.

“We are pleased to announce that Crosslake Fiber will be extending its unique network infrastructure into our data center and colocation facility,” comments Joe Simone, President at Tishman Real Estate Services for 165 Halsey Street. “165 Halsey Street offers world class colocation and infrastructure, allowing safe, convenient, and affordable interconnection with over 60 US and global network operators with no monthly recurring cross connect fees.”

“Performance is critical whether it be a financial institution trading between the TMX and the New Jersey Liquidity Triangle or consumers accessing high-bandwidth applications like on-demand video and online gaming,” states Mike Cunningham, Chief Executive Officer at Crosslake Fiber. “But as important, having key interconnect facilities, such as 165 Halsey Street, on our network allows those companies that see the value of the networks we build and operate to connect easily with no recurring cross connect costs.”

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About 165 Halsey Street
165 Halsey Street is a dedicated 1.2 million square foot data center/colocation/telecom carrier hotel with over 80MW of power. Located just 13 miles from Manhattan, 165 Halsey Street offers affordable space, power and significant interconnection to over 60 US and global network operators. 165 Halsey is carrier-neutral, SSAE 16-certified, and independently owned and operated. With 165 Halsey Colocation, there are no monthly recurring cross connect fees between customers, allowing affordable interconnection.

For more information, visit www.165halsey.com or take the video tour.

About Crosslake Fiber
Crosslake Fiber is an operator and developer of telecommunications networks in North America and Europe.  Our innovative approach to fiber-optic development is focused on providing wholesale, enterprise, and financial customers with physically diverse, low-latency connectivity over next-generation networks.
For additional information, visit www.crosslakefibre.ca.

Contact:
Crosslake Fiber
Fergus Innes
info@crosslakefibre.ca
+1 289 715 2514

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Jaymie Scotto & Associates (JSA)
1 866-695-3629 ext. 6
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