NEF Announces New Low Latency Route Connecting Chicago to New York
A new route connecting Chicago to New York, in an estimated 952 optical miles, is currently being offered through NEF. This new route, scheduled to be available the second quarter of 2010, is designed with the latest generation fiber optic cable to provide the lowest latency path between two of the United States key trading hubs. The pathway will have its own regeneration huts and the fiber and will be offered as a 20 year dark fiber IRU.
Letters of Intent are being accepted and the order in which the letters are received will establish the order in which customers are installed when the route is operational.
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