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Crosslake Fibre picks BSO Networks for low latency services on new Lake Ontario route

Monday 22 July 2019 | 15:18 CET | News
Crosslake Fibre chose BSO Networks (BSO), an Ethernet network, cloud, and hosting provider, as its exclusive partner to provide Crosslake's Velocity, a new ultra-low latency network service between Toronto and New Jersey for the financial services market. Crosslake's Velocity low latency service takes advantage of the shorter build across Lake Ontario to provide route diversity and deliver significant latency savings compared to the legacy terrestrial networks that route around the Lake between Toronto and New York.

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Companies: Crosslake Fibre
Countries: Canada
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