International network service provider RETN announces a deployment of the new route Ufa – Kazan.
The new DWDM route connects the capitals of the Republic of Bashkortostan and the Republic of Tatarstan and provides access to all major PoPs around Asia, Russia, and Europe. It is a 695km continuation of the homogeneous Infinera DWDM line system, using modern coherent systems without the use of dispersion compensators. Currently configured for 8Tbps bandwidth utilisation it can quickly be upgraded to 32Tbps.
Dmitry Lopata, Commercial Director of RETN in Russia (RetnNet): “Ufa – Kazan is a unique, alternative route providing customers access to the full RETN product suite of high bandwidth, high availability services. We look forward to helping all partners with their connectivity solutions and to developing our network further in the future to provide the full RETN experience to all Russian regions.”
About RETN in Russia
RetnNet – is a part of the international RETN Group of companies, the leading international network service provider in the Eurasian region. In Russia, RetnNet has been a network services provider of choice for IT and software companies, financial, banking, e-commerce and transport businesses for more than 18 years, as well as a reliable partner of local telecommunications operators and cloud providers.
RETN is one of the fastest growing independent Eurasian providers of IP transit and enterprise communications services, with unique resources to connect Europe and Asia. Distinctive features of RETN network are its own international fiber network – circa 800 points of presence and a network length of 120 447 km, running on recognised equipment vendors such as Infinera, Juniper and Ciena.
RETN’s unique solution to connect Europe and Asia is built on its own homogenous DWDM and IP/MPLS Network Platform and widely branched land routes, passing through Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Russia and Kazakhstan to the border with China and further onwards into South East Asia.
RETN provides telecommunication services throughout its Eurasian network with short lead times, industry leading uptimes, and multiple layers of redundancy for its 1500 customers.