Source: Fibre Centre
Company's second property in Canada will feature 5,000 square feet of space in Phase One
OTTAWA and MONCTON, NB, Nov. 9, 2018 /CNW/ - Fibre Centre, the strategic network interconnection facility owner and operator located in Eastern Canada, today announced it has opened a new colocation facility located at 1335 Michael Street in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. The new site will provide Internet, application and content companies with a secure, carrier-neutral facility for interconnectivity options.
"As the nation's Capital, no city is as deserving of having its own network-neutral carrier hotel and Meet Me Room," stated Hunter Newby, Founder of Fibre Centre. "We have spent over two years analyzing the market, exploring options and building consensus within the Internet community in Ottawa and we are very pleased and excited to make this announcement today."
"Our Global Expansion team has worked closely with Fibre Centre over the last two years, helping the company to establish operations and grow their team in Ottawa. Fibre Centre's carrier-neutral core network interconnection facility provides strategic infrastructure our city needs to drive innovation. It improves interconnectivity and reduces the cost of data transmission between networks, making Internet access more affordable. This capability will support the growth of existing companies and attract new firms that rely on network services. This will create new opportunity and high-value jobs in our region," stated Michael Tremblay, President and CEO, Invest Ottawa and Bayview Yards.