Sidera Networks, the premier provider of fiber optic-based network solutions, announces a major upgrade to its Xtreme Ultra Low Latency Network that will significantly reduce the latency between critical financial data centers and exchanges in the New York/New Jersey Metro area. The latency reductions between these locations (listed below in Table 1) secures Sideraís position as the leading low latency provider to financial services firms, validated by the trillions of dollars in trades carried by its network each day.
The Philippinesí leading telecommunications provider will be the countryís first network with 40G, 100G and OTN switching capabilities further upgrading its Domestic Fiber Optic Network to support next-generation fixed and mobile voice, video and data services.
Data from TeleGeographyís Global Bandwidth Research Service reveal that demand for international bandwidth grew 45 percent in 2011, and at a compounded rate of 57 percent annually between 2007 and 2011. Although growth has slowed since 2008 when network capacity increased nearly 70 percent, the pace remains brisk with aggregate capacity requirements more than doubling every two years.
Infinera (NASDAQ: INFN) and Eurofiber announced the availability of 100 Gigabit Ethernet (100 GbE) services across Eurofiberís Netherlands and Belgium network based on the Infinera DTN platform.
Libyan International Telecommunications Company (LITC) and OTEGLOBE announce the restart of works on the construction of Silphium, the new submarine fiber-optic cable in the Mediterranean.
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