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First Communications expands its Toronto fiber route

First Communications, a  regional communications provider, says it is now providing service to key financial sites within Canada through the expansion of its low-latency fiber route to Toronto.


July 6, 2011  


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First Communications, a  regional communications provider, says it is now providing service to key financial sites within Canada through the expansion of its low-latency fiber route to Toronto.

First Communications’ new service offerings include 151 Front Street and 100 Wellington St. in Toronto, as well as 3500 Steeles Ave. in Markham.

An important feature of First Communications’ service to 100 Wellington is a bypass to 151 Front Street, which is crucial for financial brokerages, trading firms, hedge funds and banks, as it provides the diversity needed for high reliability, the company said in a release.

The new routes are designed for carriers, service providers and Internet service providers (ISPs).