euNetworks has announced the availability of new duct-based, fibre metro networks in Milan and Madrid that cover areas of high-bandwidth demand such as data centres, financial districts and the so-called Silicon Alley in Madrid.
“[We have] extended our reach into the Nordics, completed our pan German network and extended our reach from Paris to Switzerland, Marseille, Madrid, and back up to Frankfurt. The addition of the Vienna metro network in March this year and now Madrid and Milan, complement those investments, delivering unique routes and multiple paths for our customers to reach the data centres they need to in these cities.” Brady Rafuse, CEO, euNetworks.
euNetworks operates and owns deep fibre networks in 17 cities across Europe, as well as a long-haul network across Europe. It continues to invest in its network, building unique routes, adding multiple diverse paths and extending reach into key hyperscale data centre sites, data centre clusters and network aggregation points.
- It lit up 25,000km of fibre between 2015 and 2018.
- In 2017, it built out a new high-density fibre network in Manchester, UK.
- In 2019, it bought Onstage Online, which added to its long-haul network into Vienna, delivering a 70-kilometre duct-based metro network connecting 16 data centres.
- The new Madrid Metro network comprises 60 kilometres of duct and sewer based network, spanning the north of the city, the city centre and financial district and the South East of the city (so-called ‘Silicon Alley’).
- The new Milan Metro comprises 118 kilometres with base ring spanning 30 kilometres. 8 data centres were connected on day 1.
- 17 metro networks are now operational.