RETN has launched its new low-latency network route between London and Paris. Spanning 550 kilometres, this cutting-edge infrastructure leverages CrossChannel, the latest subsea cable from Crosslake Fibre and advanced fibre-optic technology to ensure faster and more efficient data transmission for businesses in the financial and datacentre hubs.

Departing from Slough in west London and bypassing central London, RETN’s new network route creates additional redundancy, reduces outage risks, enhances network performance, and provides unparalleled resilience and data security. Additionally, it offers tremendous capacity throughput, meeting the increasing demands of the digital age.

“Our new network route between London and Paris marks a significant milestone for RETN and our customers,” said Tony O’Sullivan, CEO at RETN. “By offering a direct and unique connection between these two major European hubs, we provide businesses with increased flexibility, redundancy, and improved data security. This enhanced connectivity opens up a wealth of opportunities for companies looking to expand their operations in both cities and beyond.”

This strategic expansion further solidifies RETN’s position as a key player in the European connectivity market while empowering Financial Services, Enterprise, and Wholesale customers with faster, more efficient, and reliable data transmission and access to new growth opportunities in critical markets.

Source: https://retn.net/
Image source: Courtesy of RETN

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