Hibernia Networks is known for its ultra low latency capabilities due in part to its industry leading Hibernia Express transatlantic cable. Today, Hibernia Networks made an announcement that further reinforced its dedication to providing the lowest latency routes on a global scale, by announcing the expansion of its lowest latency network into Moscow and Mumbai. In addition to these new routes, improved latency performance to Dubai, UAE is now offered directly to the Dubai Gold and Commodities Exchange.
Hibernia Networks’ new low latency routes (originating from Chicago) offer the below latency performances:
CME – M1 Moscow 105.40ms
CME – BKC Mumbai 176.95ms
CME – DGCX Dubai 172.85ms
These three cities and the regions they are located in are poised for substantial growth in financial trading activity over the coming years, driven by the expansion of electronic trading in equities, futures and options. Customers that utilize Hibernia Networks’ lowest latency connectivity into Moscow, Mumbai and Dubai will have the ability to execute financial transactions and efficiently access vital market information in real time leading to enhanced profitability and improved performance.
Hibernia Networks’ fiber optic network connects major financial exchanges and hubs across the globe with secure, low latency connectivity solutions required by financial firms to remain competitive. These new routes leverage the lowest latency transatlantic connectivity via Hibernia Express, the state-of-the-art transatlantic cable system optimized for latency performance.