Ahead of the Pack: Hibernia Express Links New York to London in 58.95 Milliseconds

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Hibernia Networks’ Hibernia Express cable is not only transporting customer traffic across the Atlantic, it is doing so faster than any other transatlantic cable from New York to London. Hibernia today announced that the new submarine cable has an actual tested latency better than 58.95ms from LD4 in Slough, England to NY4 in Secaucus, New Jersey. [...]