London, November 24, 2021 - International network service provider RETN announces new upgrades of its award-winning solution – TRANSKZ. It is an innovative express gateway linking Europe and Asia on a single, homogenous, fully owned and operated terrestrial DWDM system. The system provides a guaranteed SLA of 99.9% for layer 1 services and 99.95% for layer 2 with measured uptime >99.92%.
“Today we announce a deployment of the extension of TRANSKZ in Asia – new route Dostyk - Beijing. TRANSKZ – “Project of the Year – Terrestrial” named by Global Carrier Awards in 2019, has been constantly improved since then: increasing redundancy, expanding capacity, and optimizing network design. In addition to the new routes, RETN is increasing accessibility to TransKZ in Asia, Europe, and Russia by opening new PoPs along the route. With this new PoP in Beijing enterprises can accelerate the performance of their WAN linking their locations in Europe and Russia with those in Beijing directly and securely” – comments Tony O’Sullivan, RETN CEO. The new route Dostyk – Beijing allows RETN to provide services with much lower latencies and greatly improved performance between Europe and mainland China: The route has a round-trip time of 112.08 ms and the industry leading TransKZ SLAs. With TRANSKZ you are getting unique terrestrial connectivity from any point on the RETN network in Europe into: Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan all delivered with full protection, the lowest MTTR, the highest uptime.
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.