Beyond.pl launches East-West fibre telecoms corridor for European enterprises
31 March 2021 | Abigail Opiah
European provider of data centre Beyond.pl has announced the completion of its next investment.
The company has launched a direct telecommunications connection between Frankfurt, Poznan and Warsaw.
Beyond.pl said the move provides European companies looking for colocation services in Central Europe with access to security, telecommunications services, and low latency.
Beyond.pl’s East-West Corridor is an internet connection with a round trip latency of less than 10ms between Frankfurt and Poznan and 4 ms to Warsaw or Berlin.
The corridor is based on Beyond.pl’s backbone network with private rings located in Poznan and Warsaw.
Beyond.pl’s infrastructure in Frankfurt is located in a data centre that secures access to telecommunication operators and European traffic exchange points, including DE-CIX.
“The new telecommunication network in Europe forms the most optimal east-west connection and is open to new directions in CEE and Western Europe,” said the company in a written release.
“Beyond.pl, which provides superior availability service levels based on their Rated 4 infrastructure, is powered 100% by green energy, and has a PUE factor of 1.2 making it a very attractive location for any corporation looking to minimise their carbon footprint relating to energy consumption by IT infrastructure while at the same time maintaining world class security.”
The company’s launch of the telecommunications corridor offer is for Polish companies seeking fast data transfer to Western Europe, western companies looking to enter the Central European market, or those that wish to diversify their IT support policies and optimise data processing costs.
“Enterprise clients in Germany can now separate out their non-active/active IT loads and migrate them to Poznan, simultaneously upgrade the infrastructure to a Rated 4 data centre and achieve great saving as compared to the hosting costs in Germany,” added Beyond.pl.
“Polish enterprises collocated in Beyond.pl data centres can now connect to the lucrative markets in Germany via DE-CIX.”
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