Zayo is taking its network to the southern hemisphere, or more specifically into South America. The company has expanded its lit network options with a new route down to São Paulo, Brazil.
The additional route is part of Zayo’s low latency network connecting global financial hubs. It features pre-provisioned capacity and fixed routing to four different data centers in the São Paulo metro area, enabling easy connectivity to the city’s financial markets.
Zayo has also recently added low latency routes between the US and Tokyo and between Chicago and Toronto. These complement the company’s extensive fiber footprint in the US and Europe, especially in New York City and London metro areas. They are leveraging subsea cable systems between the continents of course, although details about which they might be using in the case of São Paulo was not mentioned.
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