Fiber

Metro Optic, Crosslake Fibre and Utilities Kingston to Build Fibre-Optic Cable from Montréal to Toronto

Metro Optic, Crosslake Fibre, and Utilities Kingston announce today their plans to build a new fibre-optic cable system from Montréal to Toronto. The project will be developed by Maple Leaf Fibre Ltd., a joint venture of two leading independent Canadian providers of fibre optic network capacity, Crosslake Fibre ULC based in Toronto, Ontario and Metro Optic based in Montréal, Quebec. Providing a physically diverse route from other cable systems, the Maple Leaf Fibre cable system will have a high fibre count and offer commercially-available dark fibre between Toronto and Montréal. Deploying advanced fibre optic technology along this optimized route will yield critical performance benefits to its users.

The Maple Leaf Fibre cable system will offer a physically diverse route compared to other cable system. Additionally, Maple Leaf Fibre’s cable setup will feature a high fibre count and offer commercially available dark fibre.

Read more at MobileSyrup.com: Three Canadian companies partner to build fibre cable from Toronto to Montréal

The Maple Leaf Fibre cable system will offer a physically diverse route compared to other cable system. Additionally, Maple Leaf Fibre’s cable setup will feature a high fibre count and offer commercially available dark fibre.

Read more at MobileSyrup.com: Three Canadian companies partner to build fibre cable from Toronto to Montréal

Read the source article at PR Newswire

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