AiNET Extends Low Latency Fiber Network to 1120 Vermont Avenue
FREMONT, CA: AiNET has expanded its low latency fiber network into 1120 Vermont Avenue, NW Washington, DC in response to demand for increased performance by tenants and their customers. This expansion is of greatest importance to High-Frequency Traders (HFTs) and the news bureaus that supply their financial data. "The time sensitive needs of these clients and end users inform our strategic expansion of the DC market," says AiNET founder and CEO Deepak Jain. He further adds, "We will continue to expand our low latency offerings to stay ahead of customer requirements.
With AiNET's network in place, those in 1120 Vermont Avenue will have immediate access to lowest latency routes throughout the District. AiNET's fiber-route offers low latency, high reliability and fault-tolerance, with systems that proactively determine network health faster than traditional detection methods. This allows nearly instantaneous rerouting and eliminates packet-loss. AiNET continuously adds capacity and infrastructure to its fiber network. This network will connect hundreds of Government agencies, news bureaus, commercial and non-profit locations to AiNET's data centers and the rest of the world.
"High frequency traders rely on real-time data. Latency is the time it takes to get it. In order to make better trading decisions, they need information from news desks and other sources at the lowest possible latency. As competition intensifies, the need for fiber optic connections to critical places grows. This build is just one of many we are in the process of integrating, to help our customers and other capital market participants stay ahead of the competition," exclaimed Jain.
AiNET operates in design, construction, operations, and support of Internet data centers, optical fiber networks, and critical solutions. Among their data centers, AiNET owns and operates certified Tier 4 data centers, the highest level of data center reliability and maintainability. Customers that trust AiNET include the Department of Defense, the Department of Labor, the Securities and Exchange Commission, Level 3 Communications, Comcast, Cox and many others.
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