Three long haul routes to Warsaw

These routes deliver around 2,977km of newly lit fibre connecting Warsaw directly with Berlin and Hamburg, with the third route via Brno, supporting traffic to Prague, Bratislava and Vienna. This expansion, which took 9 months to deliver, supports euNetworks’ customers’ demand for better diversity into the region.

The new long haul routes were designed to deliver a unique triverse topology to market. Each route lands in a separate data centre in Warsaw, with scope to further expand as new data centres come into service in the region.

This investment supports euNetworks’ customer’s bandwidth needs in this important market as well as onwards diversity and triversity to the rest of Europe. euNetworks’ long haul network now spans 17 countries, connecting 53 cities. Combined with euNetworks’ extensive metro networks in 17 cities, the long haul network enables any data centre to any data centre connectivity between all these metros on our owned and operated fibre, end-to-end.

Key features

  • Newly lit long haul fibre
  • The north route is 924km long, extends from Berlin and Hamburg and is unique in the market. Its route diversity also enables customers to bypass Berlin should they need to.
  • The middle route is 845km long, running from our Berlin data centre facility into Warsaw.
  • The south route, at 1,178km, delivers the shortest path to market between Vienna and Warsaw and enables Bratislava in Slovakia as a new point of presence for along the way.
  • These routes connect into the key data centres and data centre hubs in Warsaw.
  • euNetworks’ 100g and 400G Wavelengths, 1G and 10G Ethernet, Cloud Connect and Multi Service Port products and solutions are now available in Warsaw
  • We will deliver direct connection to further data centres in the region and in Warsaw to support customer’s needs in the future.

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Warsaw is an exciting new region for data centre growth and is an important market experiencing strong bandwidth growth. It’s a growing cloud region in Europe, with its geographic position making it a key connectivity hub for hyperscalers and cloud service providers. We continue to develop our network in support of our customers' bandwidth requirements across Europe.

Paula Cogan