How to increase traffic is always the big question when it comes to the internet. Increasingly organizations are competing with each other to connect faster with their Global IP peers. Of course bandwidth can always be increased but that’s expensive and never diffuses the argument over how to increase traffic at peak times. Hibernia aims to solve this problem by providing high capacity network with low-latency capabilities creating key connections with the most important corporate data, and financial centers around the world. Hibernia customers will have access to their global reach, speed and connectivity, through use of Hibernia’s cloud. Super-fast fibre connectivity is provided between the major global cities such as New York, London and Frankfurt.
Hibernia Networks is also in cahoots wih that other major player Amazon Web Services (AWS) supporting AWS Direct Connect. Since the formulation of this partnership Hibernia’s enhanced network has helped increase greater direct connections for customers from their current AWS location. This brings together their client-servers into a global and virtual market place. Hibernia and AWS work together creating better business continuity offering high-speed connectivity between AWS and customers. Hibernia’s network presence features over 220 points-of-presence around the world. When AWS and Hibernia come together they have access to hundreds of network points with a global reach left unquestioned reducing costs and increasing speeds.
Hibernia’s core services include optical, transport services, Ethernet-based services and internet exchange connectivity. Hibernia also offer a content delivery network as well as point-to-point media and broadcast solutions. With Hibernia’s wide array of services and flexibility it hopes to challenge any growing competition in the marketplace. Their primary focus will be towards the fast and high performance requirements. It has recently launched its Hibernia Express cable that connects North America and the UK under the sea-bed.
This new infrastructure comes packing with the latest optical technology and routing, increasing performance and offering Hibernia greater global reach. It can offer the lowest latency service across the Atlantic ocean and supports 100Gbps transmission capacity, scalable up to 400Gps. Hibernia’s network will allow network operators to gamble further and offer more flexible services knowing they are supported by the latest cross-continent network technology. This is the global inter-connectivity that really brings the cloud to the stage.
Hibernia is not content to just leave it there and continues to expand its vision. It continues to expand its services looking at areas as diverse as applications, content delivery and streaming. Adding a further string to its bow it has waded into the Cloud-over-IP solutions market. Whatever the future holds for Hibernia whether through its extensive fast under-the-sea network infrastructure or cloud-based solutions. We can expect to be hearing more, not less, from them in the coming years.