Superloop is pleased to announce that it will be fully integrating the Company’s upcoming INDIGO submarine cable capacity into the Superloop metropolitan fibre networks in Singapore, Perth and Sydney providing true PoP to PoP connectivity between over 40 data centres across the three markets.
Bevan Slattery, CEO of the Superloop Group said “I’m incredibly excited to see our INDIGO investment leveraging the advantage of our pan-Asian metro fibre networks in Australia and Singapore while helping major enterprises and cloud providers interconnect between some of the major data centre locations and operators in our region.”
Superloop’s upcoming INDIGO capacity will be available in over 18 data centres in Singapore, 4 data centres in Perth and over 20 data centres in Sydney. Accessible facilities include Digital Realty, Equinix, NEXTDC, Global Switch, Telstra Global, Fujitsu, NTT, iO, 1-Net, STT/Tata, Rack Central as well as both the Australian and Singapore Stock Exchanges.
“The progress of the INDIGO project to date has been terrific, and with some improvements in the program we are now expecting construction to be ahead of schedule. 2018 is going to be a very big year,” Mr Slattery said.