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euNetworks announced that it has completed a strategic investment of critical fibre-based internet infrastructure linking London and Amsterdam, including the delivery of a new subsea high fibre count cable system named Scylla that is now in service. This is the first subsea cable system between the UK and the Netherlands since 1999.
euNetworks builds and invests in its city and long haul fibre networks to connect the key data centres and data centre hubs across the UK and Europe. The company builds Super Highways on long haul routes that are critical to Europe’s future international bandwidth needs and uses low loss fibre on these routes to deliver a low cost per bit long haul solution for its customers.
This latest ultra high capacity fibre system extends euNetworks’ unique Super Highway network onto the Continent after delivering Super Highway 1 linking Dublin and London to Lowestoft in November 2019. euNetworks’ second
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