AboveNet’s Low Latency Routes
In February, NEF announced a new low latency fiber route connecting Chicago to New York. In a follow-up to this, NEF would like to remind its customers that nothing goes better with a low latency long haul route than low latency routes from the carrier PoP’s to the customer locations delivered either via dedicated fibers tails, a 10Gig wave or a MetroE 10Gig service delivered over private fibers.
And, no one can provide those low latency routes like NEF partner, AboveNet. Due to their latest generation fiber for peak optical performance and avoidance of central offices, they can offer a shorter cable path, less latency, avoidance of unnecessary patch panels and OEO conversions. Hence, they are also able to offer lower latency, less equipment failure and fusion splicing for the lowest dB loss.
So, don’t give back the low latency you obtained at a premium price on the long haul on the two tails you’ll need. Use AboveNet to connect the final miles. AboveNet is located in most carrier hotels and a has a fiber presence in many of the financial companies in New York City and Chicago that will want the lowest latency end-to-end route.
Contact NEF today to learn more about AboveNet’s services.