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Colt Technology Services to expand IQ network in Central and Eastern Europe

Colt Technology Services has today announced the expansion of its IQ Network in Central and Eastern Europe. Colt is investing in the region as a response to its rapid economic growth, providing the high bandwidth connectivity needed to ensure businesses continue to thrive.

2018-12-06 12:31:08

This expansion will connect major hubs in the region with more than 7,000 km of new fibre infrastructure. The cities which will be connected include; Sofia (Bulgaria), Zagreb (Croatia), Brno (Czech Republic), Prague (Czech Republic), Budapest (Hungary), Krakow (Poland), Warsaw (Poland), Bucharest (Romania), Belgrade (Serbia) and Bratislava (Slovakia). As well as linking these cities, this expansion will also connect 10 data centres with end-to-end capabilities on Ciena network equipment and a Cisco packet platform.

"Connectivity is central to the future of every economy and, for Eastern and Central Europe, Colt can be a key player in increasing competitiveness, boosting productivity and meeting the future demands of enterprises," said Carl Grivner, CEO of Colt Technology Services. "Over the past year, we have announced the significant expansion of our Colt IQ Network in Europe, Asia and North America. We are determined to ensure that we meet the growing demands of the local and international businesses that we serve and that are driving economic growth around the world."

The Colt IQ Network will be available in Central and Eastern European countries in Q1 2019, offering wave services up to 100Gbps, Spectrum services and Ethernet services.



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