Frontline Data Services, a reliable and accessible colocation data center, and Lightower Fiber Networks, a metro fiber and bandwidth provider, collaborated to establish ultra-low latency connectivity between a major financial facility in Mahwah, NJ and Frontline’s Orangeburg, NY colocation data center.
Howard Andrews, co-founder and president of Frontline Data Services, said that “Frontline can now offer a colocation solution at a fraction of the cost of physically locating servers in the Mahwah, NJ data center. With its close proximity and ultra-low latency link to the Mahwah data center, Frontline can provide the colocation cabinets, power, cooling, cross-connects, and connectivity businesses require without the restrictions or high costs that come with housing equipment in the Mahwah facility. This ultra-low latency network solution provides unmatched high-performance connectivity for any enterprise looking to achieve optimal performance for a competitive advantage”.
Frontline Data Services is a stable, reliable and accessible colocation data center located in Orangeburg, NY and it is also situated within a 10 mile radius from the Mahwah facility. Along with the aforementioned ultra-low latency connectivity, the financial industry can also expect significant cost savings from the partnership of Frontline and Lightower.
Lightower will also leverage this collaboration with Frontline to reaffirm its position as a major low latency network provider in the region, along with offering geographically diverse routes to the Mahwah facility.
Nick Feinberg, co-founder and COO of Frontline added, “Frontline’s primary mission is to provide customers the best on-going solutions, at the highest service levels and competitive pricing and we understand that in the financial industry microseconds can literally mean the difference between winning and losing. Having the ability to successfully execute financial transactions in the fastest time possible can mean the difference between millions of dollars earned or lost on a daily basis.”
Edited by Ashley Caputo