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Hibernia Atlantic Sees Surge in Global Financial Network Activity

Submitted by on 21 October, 2021 – 4:32 am

High bandwidth connectivity provider Hibernia Atlantic ( announced Wednesday the company has experienced an overall increase in financial companies and the use of the global financial exchanges Hibernia for low latency transatlantic connectivity .

The move follows the company plans to build Project Express, the lowest latency path of the cable from New York to London, scheduled for completion in summer 2012.

The GFN is designed for financial organizations like banks, stock exchanges, trading houses, and providers of market data, linking all major financial cities short and direct routes.

Companies such as financial assets, and the members of the Toronto Stock Exchange, TSX Venture Exchange and the Montreal Exchange to use different routes to the GFN for secure access to world markets.

The GFN is based on nearly 15,000 km Hibernia Atlantic trans-Atlantic fiber optic cable, offering ultra low latency interconnect between major financial centers, including Chicago, Dublin, Frankfurt, London, Newark, New York, Paris, Slough, and Toronto.

Designed for high performance, GFN also provides several ways, reliable, high capacity for companies seeking competitive advantage in this highly competitive market.

GFN Increased activity is in direct response to the growing demand for financial organizations and merchants for low latency connectivity to execution venues and exchanges.

Along with direct connections, low latency and guaranteed 5-day turn-ups, the GFN also offers various routes, alternatives that bypass congested existing roads and back hauls for connectivity really safe.

“Hibernia is constantly pushing the envelope to explore, develop and implement the latest network technologies to our global financial network,” says Eric Gutshall, EVP of Sales and Marketing for Hibernia Atlantic. “From a very low latency, fast turn-ups and different routes, our team understands the need to secure every advantage for our financial clients. With the innovation of the network, we are helping media companies and trade more efficiently. “

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