Interoute expands metro network in Dutch capital
24 September 2015 |
Interoute has expanded its Amsterdam network in the Netherlands.
The company is adding 43 route kilometres of optical fibre cables and increasing network capacity by 21% in its Amsterdam city network.
Over the last three years Interoute has invested in the expansion of its Amsterdam city network to meet increasing demands for higher capacity. The existing city network spans 230 kilometres of duct routes, and more than 275 route kilometres of fibre, and is continuing to grow.
“Interoute has one of Europe's largest and most advanced networks. The new deployment not only augments existing routes, it also provides an expansion into new data centres, ensuring that Interoute maintains its place as a leading provider for the telecoms operators and internet giants who rely on our network services,” said Renzo Ravaglia, executive vice president for service providers at Interoute.
Earlier this month, Interoute also reached an agreement to acquire global managed services provider Easynet for an enterprise value of £402 million.