Network services provider Crosslake Fibre (Toronto) on May 6 announced its latest connectivity 'on-ramp' location at 350 E. Cermak, a major Chicago data center that is critical for both financial services organizations and network service providers.
The provider says this new network point of presence (PoP) expands Crosslake's Velocity Trading Network Platform to enable customers to connect into a multitude of asset engines housed in or near 350 E. Cermak, while allowing Crosslake to deliver diverse, high-capacity connectivity from Chicago to Toronto and New York for the carrier ecosystem.
"Chicago presents a tremendous new opportunity for Crosslake Fibre as we continue to grow our presence and bring carrier-grade services to national and international organizations," commented Crosslake Fibre CEO, Mike Cunningham.
Cunningham added, "Crosslake already operates the fastest network solution between Toronto and the New Jersey Liquidity Triangle, and we are now uniquely positioned to deliver low-latency and diverse services directly into Nasdaq's DR Platform."
Crosslake notes its expanded network now facilitates direct interconnects with all major carriers and cloud hyperscalers in Chicago. With low-latency, high-capacity, and diverse connections, the provider says the network can deliver critical data services at speeds of up to 100Gbps between key data centers in Chicago, Toronto and New York.