Sidera Networks and Sabey Data Centers have announced a new collaboration and agreement to provide connectivity between Sabey’s properties in New York, Ashburn, and Seattle. Sidera will begin by offering connectivity in Sabey’s new Intergate.Manhattan data center at 375 Pearl Street—an impressive new facility providing over one million square feet of data center space.
“Sidera and Sabey Data Centers share a focus on building scalable, custom-built solutions for customers to meet their essential application requirements – whether related to primary network connectivity, cloud services, or back-up and recovery,” says Clint Heiden, president, Sidera Networks. “Our ability to deliver diverse, low-latency solutions throughout our footprint provides customers, especially in the financial services sector, with options between these locations that they have never had before.” Continued Heiden, “In addition, Sidera is in the process of extending its low latency network to Seattle, WA as a key gateway to Asia. When completed, this leg of our network will allow us to connect Sabey’s customers in Seattle directly to thousands of Sidera locations in the U.S. and abroad.”
“Sabey has always focused on providing best-in-class uptime, scale, and service that customers demand for their data and applications residing at our facilities,” adds John Sabey, president, Sabey Data Centers. “Sidera allows us to extend that focus with unique diversity and low-latency connectivity throughout the New York Metro and between New York and Ashburn, VA, which are critical areas for our financial services and healthcare customers.”
Sidera’s robust and expanding fiber-optic network in the Washington, DC area, including Ashburn, VA, provides strategic advantages to financial services firms and other high bandwidth customers who value both diversity and low latency. Sidera is the only network operator with a diverse northeast route from the I-95 corridor between New York and Ashburn, VA through its Sidera Transcom route. The company’s services include dark fiber, wavelengths, and Ethernet.