Canaca currently has a 10Gbps connection with Cogent. "Cogent's end-to-end optical network consists of multiple metropolitan IP-over-WDM fiber rings located in Cogent's major markets throughout the United States and Europe. Cogent currently has a presence in over 140 markets throughout North America and Europe" "With a currently implemented capacity of up to 520 Gbit/s, Cogent's international IP network is the largest in the world and is scalable to a total capacity of over one Terabit per second."
Canaca currently has a 10Gbps connection with Tinet. "With network presence and customers in EMEA, Americas and APAC, Tinet provides global IP Transit and Ethernet connectivity to Carriers, Service and Content Providers worldwide. Established in 2002, Tinet’s unique business model, based on focus and simplicity, assures the delivery of the highest standard of service. Tinet has grown to become one of the top 10 global IPv4 backbones and the number one IPv6 network worldwide."
TorIX: 10 Gbps
Canaca currently has a 10 Gbps connection with the TorIX exchange "The goal of the TorIX project is to provide an "everyone wins" situation for all the local Internet bandwidth users in the Greater Toronto Area. TorIX believes that by setting up a common meeting place for all interested internet users via their access providers, we can reduce transit times for local area messages, cut the high costs of transit bandwidth, and generally all come out ahead."
Canaca hopes to increase the current 2Gbps with connection TorIX to 10Gbps before years’ end.