Hibernia Networks announced two new Points of Presence (PoP) into Telecity Group’s 8/9 Harbour Exchange London and Gutleutstrasse, Frankfurt data centers. Hibernia will now deliver Ethernet and Wavelength services from 2Mbps to 100Gbps at these locations.
Hibernia can provide carriers, ISPs and enterprise organizations two new venues that enable Amazon Web Services (AWS) and LINX (London Internet Exchange) connectivity in London and Global Peering Solutions for members of DE-CIX (Deutscher Commercial Internet Exchange) in Frankfurt. The carrier said its network engineering bypasses the high-demand London backhaul routes by travelling from North America to Amsterdam, Frankfurt and Paris directly. From Europe, Hibernia also provides diverse routes that can bypass New York City and Chicago into Montreal and Toronto. Hibernia now provides access to over 170 points of presence across North America, Europe and Asia.
"Hibernia is continually working to improve its network with more geographic density, enhanced technological delivery platforms and the highest level of reliability available,” states Bjarni
Thorvardarson, CEO for Hibernia Networks. “Hibernia’s very diverse European connectivity options, empowers customers with the highest possible capacity services to reach the necessary
locations for their network needs.”
“The addition of Hibernia’s network into our Harbour Exchange and Gutleutstrasse data centers is a plus for our clients, expanding their options for secure, diverse connectivity,” comments Michael
Tobin, CEO, TelecityGroup. “Operating carrier neutral data centers throughout Europe, TelecityGroup is home to organizations that require high performance capacity to fuel their highly