CenturytLink is connecting 90 additional data centers to its network within the UK and Ireland, Benelux, DACH, Nordics, Southern Europe, and Eastern Europe. Now, the company has built new metro networks in Madrid, Spain, and Marseille, France, to further power digital business growth in Europe. With these strategic expansions of fiber network in key hubs of business and commerce in Europe, CenturyLink aims to deliver high-speed connectivity and advanced technology solutions through CenturyLink’s secure, global network.
The aim is to meet growing digital business needs
“Our new fiber expansions in Europe take CenturyLink’s network and technology services deeper and closer to our customers. This puts us where we need to be to meet their growing and evolving digital business needs, as well as enhance their customer experience with new technology solutions. This regional investment reflects CenturyLink’s global focus to continue enhancing our significant fiber network for fueling innovation.”
said Richard Warley, regional president, EMEA, CenturyLink.
New metro networks in Madrid and Marseille
In the city center, financial areas, and Silicon Alley of Madrid, CenturyLink built a metro network footprint of 40 route miles and connected this infrastructure to key enterprise buildings and an initial five core data centers, with the aim of providing fast, secure networking solutions.
Additionally, both local and international connectivity services relate to the expansion of CenturyLink in Marseille. Three core data centers and multiple enterprise buildings have faster connectivity thanks to dense metro fiber footprint. This infrastructure can also connect key landing stations in Marseille, which has sub-sea cables connecting to the Middle East, Far East, and East Africa. Briefly. It will maximize network availability and will minimize latency.