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Custodian Data Centre expands London dark fibre network

Custodian Data Centre is investing in its new dark fibre network by deploying two new diverse routes into London, scaling the whole network up to 215km.

Custodian Data Centres can provide sub 0.4m/s latency to London Docklands, giving inner London connectivity levels in a safe outer London location.

The network can support customers with 10G MPLS and VPLS between their data centre sites. They can also provide a new menu of wavelength services including fibre-channel wavelengths.

Being able to manage their own fibre means Custodian can minimise delays on the line as they control the end-to-end service. The allocated fibre is separate from any other service, thus providing clients with complete security.

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When Custodian’s network is coupled with their data centre it can provide connectivity and collocation ranging from part racks through to entire data halls.

This could be utilised by customers requiring high availability systems, high-speed data replication, fast disaster recovery services and extensive virtual infrastructure.

"The dark fibre investment made by Custodian underlines our commitment to provide our clients with the best solutions to enable them and ourselves to grow our businesses effectively and efficiently,"said CEO Rowland Kinch.


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