Hibernia Networks establishes PoP in ColocationGuard’s Brooklyn facility
22 December 2016 | Jason McGee-Abe
ColoGuard has announced that Hibernia Networks has launched a new point of presence (PoP) at the company’s flagship CGNY1 Brooklyn data centre.
The new PoP will provide customers of the New York-based colocation provider and operator of Brooklyn’s only data centre with immediate access to one of the lowest latency trans-Atlantic networks that spans 25 countries and connects to more than 220 PoPs.
“We are delighted to expand our footprint in New York and offer customers connecting through ColocationGuard’s Brooklyn facility access to our robust IP backbone as well as the industry’s lowest latency transatlantic network platform,” states Joe Hilt, vice president of sales, Americas at Hibernia Networks. “Our connectivity solutions suite provides the additional advantage of route diversity, helping ensure the resiliency and security customers seek from Hibernia Networks.”
ColocationGuard’s carrier-neutral data centre contains more than 50,000 sq ft of available space and possesses the features that today’s enterprise customers have come to expect, including a high-density server environment with a fully redundant power architecture.
Ruben Magurdumov, COO of ColoGuard “The addition of Hibernia Networks to ColocationGuard’s premier Brooklyn data centre provides significant and long-lasting benefits to our customers. Demand for fast, secure and cost-effective IP transit service continues to rise. This partnership with Hibernia Networks provides a variety of businesses with what they need most: a valuable new option for global IP transit service with low latency that seamlessly connects with North America, Europe and the rest of the world.”