Atrato Taps Hibernia Networks for Its Native 100 Gigabit Ethernet Deployment within Europe
Mar 12, 2013 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) --
Hibernia Networks, a provider of global capacity services, announced that it was chosen by Atrato Communications to provide multiple 100 Gigabit Ethernet circuits to bolster Atrato's global IP backbone.
According to a release, this marks Atrato's first-ever native 100 Gigabit Ethernet deployment within Europe. Hibernia's next generation network was engineered specifically for security and diversity, offering global carriers such as Atrato the best route options globally.
As a provider of IP transit and carrier services, Atrato Communications offers high performance and connectivity across Points of Presence in over 15 countries worldwide. With a full suite of services including IP transit, remote peering and managed services, Atrato develops network solutions to support high traffic businesses.
"Atrato built its network with the latest in technology and is directly connected to key Internet exchanges to ensure we can deliver the most resilient and low latency network routes," states Michiel Muhlenbaumer, CEO for Atrato Communications. "Our new multiple 100 Gigabit Ethernet agreement with Hibernia Networks further prepares Atrato for the extreme growth we've been experiencing across the global IP market."
"We have seen extraordinary growth in global data traffic, in large part due to the adoption and use of cloud, video and interactive applications," states Fergus Innes, Vice President of Sales, EMEA for Hibernia Networks. "As a result, Hibernia's expert team has been helping companies like Atrato leverage its high capacity routes and customizable solutions so clients can quickly scale and reliably accommodate surges in traffic today and tomorrow."
Hibernia Networks owns and operates a global network connecting North America, Europe and Asia. Hibernia offers over 120 network Points of Presence (PoPs) on over 24,000 kilometers of fiber.
Atrato Communications is a provider owning and operating a Global Network (AS5580) with both MPLS and IP services on its core backbone.
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