Sea Fibre Networks expands network into London and Manchester

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Sea Fibre Networks said this morning it has expanded its CeltixConnect fibre network from Dublin to Manchester and London.

Utilising selected third party providers, SFN delivers an end-to-end solution from Dublin to London and Manchester while remaining carrier-neutral and the linchpin of the solution.

Partnering with a number of selected Service Providers, SFN delivers diverse connections from Dublin to London or Manchester, managed with industry leading single Service Level Agreements.

Competitive fibre

To enable this model Sea Fibre Networks has constructed its own critical terrestrial link facilitating connectivity to multiple fibre providers on a competitive basis.

 “C-Fibre provides ultra-high-performance connectivity between Dublin and London or Manchester, while offering a geographically diverse central corridor in the Irish Sea.,” Diane Hodnett, Sea Fibre Networks’ CEO explained.

“We further enhance the C-Fibre offering by being carrier-neutral, providing the customer with flexibility to select a route or third party provider bespoke to their needs.”

Eight out of ten global ICT firms have established their European headquarters in Ireland and 10 ‘born on the internet’ companies have Irish bases that continue to expand their operations by building large-scale datacentres to host and support their businesses.

Editor John Kennedy is an award-winning technology journalist.

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