The standard for reliable, high-bandwidth communications between New York and Chicago.
Spread Networks is providing two Wireless Service options between Carteret and Secaucus, from 1400 Federal Boulevard to either NY2 (275 Hartz Way) or NY4 (755 Secaucus). This service offers bandwidths from 100mbps up to 1Gbps per customer with a Latency Guarantee of 186μs to NY2 and 190μs to NY4. Spread Networks uses a novel hardware solution that is backed by the industry's best network management.
Spread Networks offers firms a fresh supply of dark fiber on a completely new route -the shortest possible route from Chicago to New York. Ideally suited for customers that demand complete operational control, low-latency and virtually limitless bandwidth, Spread Networks dark fiber is the ultimate solution.
Spread Networks® was built from the ground up to set a new standard for latency from Chicago to New York. We trenched a new route - a direct route with microseconds in mind-to provide firms with the fastest possible speed on the shortest possible route. For firms where every microsecond counts and who want full control over their network from Chicago to New York, Spread Networks offers dedicated ultra-low latency dark fiber networks, wavelength services, and collocation on the fastest path.
Spread Networks is exclusive channel partner for fastest route between Carteret NJ and BM&F Bovespa
Spread Networks announced that it has entered into an agreement with Sunesys to provide a 300 gigabit per second fiber optic backbone between datacenters in Chicago, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Spread Network's will power a portion of Sunesys' recently announced lit services product expansion and new state-of-the-art data center transport network, "SunTran", with its world class high bandwidth connectivity.
Since May 1, Direct Edge has offered access to NY4 through a Connect Edge point of presence at CH4. It provides Chicago-based firms with the ability to cross-connect locally to Connect Edge's network of 18 market data feeds, nine exchanges and nine dark pools using the Spread Networks ultra low latency network between Chicago and the NY Metro area. Spread Networks owns and operates the fastest fiber optic network on this route.