DUBLIN, IRELAND--(Marketwire - Oct. 24, 2012) - Sea Fibre Networks (SFN), owner and operator of Europe's most advanced sub-sea telecoms network, CeltixConnect, today announced an expansion of their C-Fibre portfolio from the greater Dublin area to Amsterdam, home of the busiest Internet Exchange in Europe, AMS-IX. Utilising selected third party providers, SFN delivers an end-to-end fibre solution from Dublin to Amsterdam, via London, while remaining carrier-neutral and the linchpin of the solution.
Partnering with a number of selected Service Providers, SFN delivers connections from Dublin to Amsterdam, managed with industry leading single Service Level Agreements. AMS-IX currently trafficks on average 1.25 terabits (Tb) per second, with a year high peak of 2Tb making it a central Internet hub in Europe servicing companies such as Google, Amazon and Microsoft. This seamless solution, connecting Ireland to Amsterdam, further enhances Ireland's bid to become the Internet capital of Europe enabling top multinationals and providers with the ability to offer their customers the most modern route to Amsterdam.
Diane Hodnett, Sea Fibre Networks' CEO, said; "I am delighted to announce that SFN now services two of Europe's major data hubs: London and Amsterdam. This is essential for enabling Irish and multinational companies to export their data from our digital island on bespoke routes around the globe."
About Sea Fibre Networks
Sea Fibre Networks is a carrier neutral, sub-sea telecoms provider. The company is owner and operator of CeltixConnect, Europe's most advanced sub-sea telecoms network. Sea Fibre Networks delivers the innovation and flexibility businesses need to stay ahead in the market place. It provides network solutions tailored to specific needs with the most efficient service. All products are supported by industry leading Service Level Agreements (SLA's). These are further enhanced with proactive management and monitoring of the sub-sea cable system.
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Information about Sea Fibre Networks can be found at www.seafibre.com.