Monday, April 29, 2013

Sea Fibre Networks Connects Dublin to Paris

Sea Fibre Networks (SFN) announced an expansion of its C-Fibre connectivity from the greater Dublin area to Paris, via London.

The carrier said it is seeing demand for high capacity bandwidth and low latency connectivity to Paris being largely driven by data centers.

Diane Hodnett, Sea Fibre Networks’ CEO, said; “We are excited to connect into this burgeoning cloud economy. In 2014 we will reinforce this solution by creating a robust, resilient loop of sub-sea connectivity with FastnetConnect – a submarine network connecting Ireland to mainland Europe via Paris. SFN’s strategy is focused on uniting terrestrial and submarine networks comparably and will construct key subsea infrastructure where lacking.”

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