Telehouse and Crosslake Fibre ink London-Paris data connectivity partnership
Telehouse and Crosslake Fibre are to partner to further improve the flow of data between London and Paris.
Under the terms of the collaboration, Crosslake Fibre commissioned its CrossChannel subsea cable to route data flows between London-area data centres and Paris, leveraging Telehouse ecosystem of banking, financial, insurance and cloud sectors in its Paris data centre campus.
The aim of the partnership is to establish diverse high-bandwidth routes in strategic locations to improve latency, security and performance.
Working with Telehouse, Crosslake Fibre can access robust digital infrastructure for overseas interconnections. While the 550km CrossChannel cable, bolsters the London-Paris Internet backbone offering with ultra high-speed latency of less than 5.5 milliseconds round-trip delay. Combined this 'guarantees an optimal exchange of data flows' particularly for trading and financial markets.
In related news, February saw Metro Optic and Crosslake Fibre partner to expand their services to hyperscale users in Canada and the US.
The two companies say their aim is to deliver “a seamless network solution that offers hyperscale connectivity” between the Canadian cities of Montréal, Toronto and Vancouver and the US cities of Chicago, New York and Washington DC.
While in January, Telehouse announced plans for a new data centre Thailand, touted become the "most connected" facility in the country.
Telehouse Bangkok is planned to be a 9,000 sqm facility with power capacity of 9.5MVA – mega volt amps, rather than megawatts. It is scheduled to open in 2023 and will mark the third location in Southeast Asia for Telehouse.