Avelacom Telecoms, a Global Telecom carrier today announced it has increased significantly its Fibre based solution from London to Moscow, with dedicated low latency dense wave division multiplexing (DWDM) technology delivering the fastest latency available on the market. Historically based in Moscow, Avelacom has confirmed, thanks to its massive investments, its mission to be the ideal path between Europe, Russia, the CIS and APAC for all growing companies.
On this specific route, Avelacom is today the only operator able to guarantee this 37.15ms RTD reliable record latency between London and Moscow as the companies fully owns the underlying fiber and the DWDM system.
Available on AFN (Avelacom Finance Network, its dedicated finance network), this route offers a round trip performance of 37.15 milliseconds (Datacenter Interxion London to M1 in Moscow or DataSpace in Moscow) with further optimisations planned.
Avelacom prides itself on being able to offer customers the best-in-class latency, quality, reliability, flexibility, cost effectiveness and responsiveness that is required to succeed. The improvement to the link, which now runs at a record-breaking speed, comes as part of Avelacom’s plans to meet growing demand from financial customers for improved data connectivity between London, Amsterdam, Stockholm and Moscow looking after speed, responsiveness and excellent service, which is part of Avelacom’s DNA.
“Demand for low latency connectivity from London to Moscow continues to increase. We are delighted to offer a record latency route into and out of Moscow to enable investors to exploit this emerging market and benefit from arbitrage opportunities” says Aleksey Larichev, CEO of Avelacom. And ads “Such network investment demonstrates our commitment to this important market, following strong demand from our financial services customers and also showing our industry leading deployment capability. As an infrastructure provider, we will continue our investments to deliver the network performance that our clients need to maximise their business potential.”
In the continuity of its global expansion and after the new businesses launched earlier this year in Europe, 2015 will also see continued investment and growth from the company on a global scale, with further plans for new routes and offices in a number of new markets, including Asia Pacific.