The Network Hub For Ottawa and Atlantic Canada-United States-Europe

Fibre Centre is a network-neutral data centre and meet-me-room located in Ottawa, Ontario and 770 St. George Boulevard in Moncton, New Brunswick Canada.

The business was created to provide an important and strategic access point to the numerous fibre-based submarine and terrestrial carrier networks that pass through Ottawa and Moncton.

Prior to the development of Fibre Centre there was no physical place to directly access all of the networks in the region thus limiting the reach and capabilities of the networks as well as the businesses and people that operate and live within Ottawa Region and Atlantic Canada. Through Fibre Centre every type of network, including; dark fibre, lit fibre, IP Transit as well as wireless, and every type of network operator including; carriers, enterprise, research & education as well as government, can all take advantage of high capacity, quality and reliable network services all at the most cost effective rates possible.

"Fibre Centre is providing the kind of strategic infrastructure New Brunswick needs to create jobs and become a smart province. Innovation and investments like this will help improve our fiscal situation and create the conditions for economic growth and job creation."

- Brian Gallant, Premier of New Brunswick


Fibre Centre, Ltd. was founded in 2012 by two telecom industry veterans, Uri Litvinenko and Hunter Newby.

Mr. Newby is an entrepreneur with a highly successful, 20-year track record in creating new, network-neutral interconnection businesses that treat communications infrastructure as real estate. He is a founder, partner and, or owner of several network-neutral interconnection businesses in the U.S. including; 1025Connect, Allied Fiber, Colo ATL, Netrality and NJFX. Previously he was a Founder, Chief Strategy Officer and a Director of The Telx Group, Inc., one of the leading carrier hotel interconnection facility operators in the U.S.

Mr. Newby is a recognized authority in the industry, has served on several Advisory and Corporate Boards, is a published author, public speaker and the recipient of numerous awards including being named to the Global Telecoms Business Top 40 Under 40 in 2010. Mr. Newby earned a B.S. in Communications from Drexel University.

Mr. Litvinenko is a seasoned and successful entrepreneur, having launched and invested in telecommunications businesses in North America and Europe. Notable projects range from Burger King Calling Card and the first algorithm-based real-time VoIP route optimization system, to the largest long haul fiber optic / colocation project in the US and the first carrier hotel / neutral data centre in the Canada’s Capital. Mr. Litvinenko currently concentrates his efforts on making Fibre Centre a growing success by providing physical infrastructure to cutting edge technologies, including global and national fibre optic networks, Internet, Big Data, AI, Blockchain, Deep Learning and Machine Learning. Mr. Litvinenko has attended George Mason University in Virginia majoring in Business Administration and Economics.

Mr. Litvinenko lives and works in Ottawa, ON, Canada with his family and serves as a CEO of Fibre Centre.

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Hunter Newby

Hunter Newby



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Fibre Centre is located in Ottawa, ON and 770 St. George Blvd., Moncton, NB, in Canada. The 22,000 sq ft and 25,000 sq ft facilities in Ottawa and Moncton respectively offer five+ physical security layers, N+1 cooling, power generator backup, AC and DC power, A+B power, N+1 UPS, Meet Me Area, and Internet Exchanges.

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