December 21, 2016

Hibernia Networks expands into ColocationGuard’s Brooklyn data center

The new PoP provides ColocationGuard customers access to low latency transatlantic network

Today, ColocationGuard, co-location provider and operator of Brooklyn’s only data center announced that global telecommunications services provider Hibernia Networks has launched a new Point of Presence (PoP) at the company’s Brooklyn data center.

ColocationGuard says that the addition of Hibernia Networks provides its customers with access to a global network that spans 25 countries and connects to more than 220 PoPs. Additionally, companies housed within the data center can now utilize the low latency transatlantic network, as well as a comprehensive portfolio of connectivity solutions, to transport mission-critical data efficiently and securely.

Joe Hilt, Vice President Sales, Hibernia Networks said:

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.

ColocationGuard says that its carrier-neutral data center contains more than 50,000 sq.ft. of available space and has a high-density server environment with a fully redundant power architecture.

Ruben Magurdumov, COO, ColoGuard Enterprise Solutions said:

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.

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