Sidera Networks announced Monday the availability of new, diverse low-latency connectivity from the New York Metro market to Toronto and London.
The company said it expects to use the new routes to serve financial services firms, exchanges and other high-bandwidth customers who require low-latency for applications such as electronic trading and real-time content distribution. The company claims its network already support $7 trillion in trades daily.
The company also provides customers low-latency route between Aurora, Ill., and Chicago, and diverse routes between New York and Ashburn, Va. (with bypasses of New York City and Washington, D.C.).
Sidera Networks offers Ethernet, SONET, wavelength, dark fiber, Internet access, colocation and more. Its fiber-optic network delivers connectivity to the major metropolitan areas from Maine to Virginia and out to Chicago, as well as access to Toronto and London.