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Crosslake Fibre Completes Historic Fiber Route from Toronto to New York

Ultra-low latency network connects Toronto’s largest carrier hotels to Equinix NY4 in New Jersey The first new fiber-optic cable constructed between Toronto and New York in almost two decades is complete. Crosslake Fibre’s diverse network route connecting Toronto’s largest carrier hotels, Equinix TR2 at 45 Parliament Street and 151 Front Street West, to Equinix NY4

Crosslake Fibre Talks Subsea Cables at ITW 2018

Mike Cunningham, CEO for Crosslake Fibre, recently met up with Jaymie Scotto Cutaia at ITW 2018. The two chatted about the many new developments across Crosslake’s subsea cable builds. Crosslake Fibre has TWO builds in fact, which is quite a feat!  The first subsea cable project discussed was the Toronto / Buffalo cable system, which traverses

Crosslake Fibre Chooses Cable Provider for Subsea Project

Crosslake Fibre  is well on its way to further delivering upon its mission of developing key fiber optics projects throughout North America. The company has two fiber builds in process currently. The first is a first-of-its-kind ‘wet’ cable connecting Toronto to Buffalo, NY via Lake Ontario. This is a 58km submarine fiber optic cable system and

Crosslake Fibre Makes Waves with Toronto to Buffalo Submarine Cable

ANNOUNCES SELECTIONS FOR CABLE AND HDD SHORE END SUPPLIERS Crosslake Fibre announced that it has selected two industry leaders to provide key components for its high capacity subsea cable connecting Toronto, Canada to Buffalo, New York. The submarine cable is the first system of its kind across Lake Ontario and will be attractive to telecom providers,

JSA TV Spotlight on Crosslake Fibre

Jaymie Scotto Cutaia talks subsea cables with Mike Cunningham, CEO of Crosslake Fibre  The CEO of Crosslake Fibre, Mike Cunningham, recently met up with Jaymie Scotto Cutaia at PTC ’18, and shared the company’s latest developments. Focusing on unique subsea cable projects and next-gen networks, Crosslake Fibre, constructs high fiber count cable systems for the

Crosslake Fibre Secures Investment From Tiger Infrastructure

With an investment from Tiger Infrastructure Partners, a middle-market private equity firm, Crosslake Fibre bolsters its presence in the marketplace. Crosslake is constructing the first submarine cable from Toronto to Buffalo via Lake Ontario. The project stems from demand for high capacity, low latency bandwidth, as well as changes in the Canadian telecom industry, which previously

Crosslake Fibre Builds Submarine Cable from New York to New Jersey

Critical Route Bypasses NYC for Added Reliability Crosslake Fibre is expanding its cable system from New York into New Jersey. The company announced today its plans to build a new submarine fibre-optic cable from the 1025Connect facility in Long Island, New York to NJFX’s data center campus in Wall, New Jersey. Building upon the momentum

Crosslake Fibre Reaches Subsea Cable Milestone

New Cable System Will Provide High Capacity Options for Carriers, Financials, Content Providers and Enterprises Internet growth has reached the “zettabyte era”, as reported by Cisco. Global internet traffic reached a run rate of 1 zettabyte (ZB) last year and is expected to double by 2020. Internet applications, cloud, content and tech trends are driving

IFC-1 Welcomes Fergus Innes as Managing Director

Ireland-France Subsea Cable Limited (“IFSC”) is building an ultra-high capacity 565 km cable connecting Dublin to Paris. Designed to meet growing demands of carriers, ISPs and enterprises that require state-of-the-art connectivity to Europe, IFC-1 is scheduled for completion 2Q 2019. Making telecom history, IFC-1 is the first direct subsea cable to connect Ireland to France. To further

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