Crosslake Backbone Network
Crosslake Fibre's Lake Ontario submarine fibre-optic cable is the first of its kind, a high fibre count (192 strands) cable connecting US to Canada via Lake Ontario.This is an important cable system for financial firms, enterprises and carriers, as it offers physical diversity and lower latency connectivity compared to routes around Lake Ontario over the Niagara River. The new route provides commercially available dark fibre and lit capacity options in and out of Toronto. Crosslake Fibre's Lake Ontario submarine cable spans 131km from Toronto to Buffalo, with a 59km submarine segment.
A new 550km route connecting London (Slough) to Paris with a new high-count fibre-optic cable that is diverse from other London-Paris routes. The cable went into service in December 2021 and provides much needed new fibre supply as it is the first new cable laid between the UK and France across the English Channel in over 20 years. The new, low latency route, provides physical diversity and lower cost of fibre ownership to the market.
Maple Leaf Fibre
Maple Leaf Fibre is a joint venture between Crosslake Fibre and its partners to develop a new high-count fibre-optic cable between Toronto and Montreal. The new, entirely underground route, which will be completed by the end of 2024, will provide new, physically diverse dark fibre to the market.
A new 125km route connecting Wall, New Jersey to Long Island, New York with a new high-count fiber-optic cable that provides diversity around NYC.
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