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Hibernia Networks: Bridging New York & London via the Atlantic

By Stefania Viscusi

Global capacity services provider Hibernia Networks is perhaps best known for its ability to offer  next gen. networks that are highly reliable and offer optimal performance. To do so, it operates submarine and terrestrial networks throughout North America, Europe and Asia.

In what is being called a “milestone” for the marketplace, the company recently announced it would be laying fast and high-capacity fiber optic cables in the Atlantic to connect North America and Europe.

At the recently concluded Telecom Exchange NY 2015, TMC’s Erik Linask caught up with Al DiGabriele, SVP Product Management and Marketing at Hibernia Networks to discuss some of the latest partnerships and product launches the company has made.

The biggest news for 2015, DiGabriele said, was the release of project “Express.” Which DiGabriele noted will be ready for service in September of this year.

He described it as an “exciting” development for the industry as a whole because it is the first new transatlantic cable in over 12 years and was already named one of the top telecom projects for 2015 – so there is proof of its value.  Beyond just the ways Express will benefit Hibernia Networks customers meet their business goals, it’s also beneficial in the market because it is fully diverse from the existing cables in the Atlantic from landing points to backhaul, has the lowest latency, and it even offers customers security going into the future with new technology roadmaps so they can feel comfortable about scalability and being prepared for next generation needs.

Greater perhaps than all of these benefits though is the fact that Express offers  a link connecting New York and London, and provides a critical bridge between North America and Europe. 

To hear more about the significance and what else Hibernia Networks has in the works, check out the video below.




Edited by Dominick Sorrentino
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