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Crosslake Fibre Launches CrossChannelFibre System

By CIOReview | Friday, July 24, 2020

Crosslake Fibre has developed the new CrossChannelFibre System to innovate the world of networking and communications.

FREMONT, CA: Crosslake Fibre has developed and launched the CrossChannelFibre System, which is the premier next-generation underwater cable communication channel. The fiber channel runs between the UK and France connecting the two geographies. Crosslake Fibre is an international provider and developer of network and unique subsea and terrestrial fiber communications.

The new solution is a 550km long cable, which is the first fiber optic subsea communications across the English Channel. In around twenty years, CrossChannelFibre System would connect Slough, United Kingdom, and Paris, France. It also supports the rise in bandwidth requirements from various domains such as telecom, finance, gaming, and media. Catering to companies and applications that need high capacity, low latency connectivity, CrossChannelFibre System forms an ideal choice to enrich and take the realm of enterprise communications forward. The solution contains 96 fiber pairs, each providing the throughput of more than 20 terabits per second. CrossChannelFibre System is expected to hit the screens of reality latest by 2021. 

Crosslake Fibre is excited about this historic product as it is not only the first subsea project but a quintessential one that fulfills the needs of the businesses across this connection. In addition, the infrastructure of this new fiber system provides an enhanced technical solution, along with ensuring cost efficiency to a vast extent.

Crosslake Fibre is a provider, developer, and operator of telecommunications networks in North America and Western Europe. The company is an innovator in the realm of networking and communications at the enterprise level. Crosslake Fibre's approach to the development of fibre-optic solutions serves a range of industries, and its solutions feature low-latency connectivity.