IPC SELECTS HIBERNIA NETWORKS FOR ULTRA LOW LATENCY SERVICE BETWEEN CHICAGO AND TOKYO
The route provides reliable, high performance connectivity into growing financial markets in Asia with industry leading latency performance
DUBLIN, IRELAND – October 19, 2016 – Hibernia Networks, a leading provider of global telecommunications services, announces that IPC, a leading financial markets technology and service provider, has selected its Ultra Low Latency (ULL) service from Chicago to Tokyo. The service on this route features network latency performance of 121.90 milliseconds from CME in Chicago to JPS in Tokyo, providing IPC customers with the reliable, high performance connectivity they require to execute split-second financial trades at a global level.
“IPC’s customers rely on our technology and services to trade faster and become more agile in order to gain an edge over their competitors,” states Jeffrey Britell, VP Global Carrier and Exchange Relations at IPC. “The unmatched latency and flexibility of Hibernia Networks’ Ultra Low Latency service empowers IPC with the network performance needed to meet the dynamic requirements of our customers and the fast-moving global financial market ecosystem.”
The upgraded network performance IPC gains by utilizing Hibernia Networks’ ULL service enables the financial markets technology provider to better serve its customers’ financial trading platform requirements for high-speed connections. Further, this ULL service provides IPC’s customers requisite network infrastructure that enables real-time access to critical market information on this growing route of financial trading activity.
“Hibernia Networks not only ensures that all of our low latency services meet the stringent network performance requirements for global financial markets, but also strives to customize each solution to meet the specific customer requirements,” states Joe Hilt, Vice President Sales at Hibernia Networks. “Our global network enables seamless growth to new financial centers via diverse routes with the scalability to meet the ever-changing capacity requirements of financial exchanges, global banks and trading houses.”
The ULL service on this key route from Chicago into Asia complements Hibernia Networks’ recent service expansion into other growing centers of financial trading activity including Dubai, Moscow and Mumbai. Hibernia Networks’ state-of-the-art fiber network connects major financial exchanges and hubs across the globe with the secure, low latency connectivity financial firms require to remain competitive. Hibernia Express, the company’s newest transatlantic cable system, provides the lowest latency connection between financial centers in North America, Europe and beyond, and is integral to the capital markets ecosystem, providing the fast, redundant connectivity that today’s financial firms’ players rely on.
For more information on Hibernia’s ultra low latency connectivity and to view its global network map, please visit www.hibernianetworks.com.
About Hibernia Networks:
Hibernia Networks owns and operates a global network serving more than 100 markets and spanning 25 countries. Hibernia Networks serves customers with unparalleled support, flexibility and service in a variety of industry segments including financial markets, web-centric, media and entertainment, and telecom service providers. Providing enterprise-class and wholesale global connectivity solutions, Hibernia Networks offers secure and diverse optical transport, Ethernet, and carrier-grade IP transit services. Hibernia Networks also offers dedicated cloud connectivity, low latency services, DTM and HiberniaCDN for seamless anytime, anywhere content delivery. Hibernia Express, Hibernia Networks’ transatlantic cable, provides the lowest latency connections available between major commercial and financial centers in North America, Europe and beyond. The state-of-the-art cable system garnered two Global Carrier Awards in 2015 – Subsea Project of the Year and Best Subsea Innovation, as well as the Global Telecom Business Innovation Award for 2016.