HFN Lights Spread Networks’ NJ Datacenter Route

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Brennan Carley, senior vice president of product marketing, Spread Networks

Spread Networks, a provider of low-latency dark fiber between New York and Chicago, will this week begin offering access to its datacenters in Carteret and Secaucus, NJ via passive wavelength services from Hudson Fiber Network, to support smaller firms without the resources to purchase dark fiber but which need low-latency data from trading venues hosted in those facilities.

Spread built out its Low-Latency Metropolitan Dark Fiber Network route in January to link the termination points of its

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