Quick takes on several quick network buildouts, from euNetworks, Orange Polska, Hibernia Atlantic, and Zayo Group:
The German-based ISP MESH GmbH says it has further expanded its European footprint with the help of euNetworks. MESH now has a third cloud-ready POP in the fiber operator's Amsterdam data center as well as additional bandwidth to go with it. The two have been working together for some time of course.
In the UK, Zayo said yesterday that it will be providing fibre connectivity to Safehosts' new London data center, the first operator to build out to the facility. Safehosts plans to officially launch the data center next Wednesday, with 30,000 square feet spread across four floors at 190 Great Dover Street.
Further to the east, Orange Polska has signed a deal with Relacom AB. Relacom will be leading the consortium that will build 1,800km of fiber across Poland. It's funded in part by the European Regional Development Fund, and the contract is valid until the end of next year. Orange Polska is the Polish incumbent but is controlled by France Telecom and recently rebranded itself with the Orange name.
And back in the US, Hibernia Atlantic added IO New Jersey to its network. Hibernia be offering their Ethernet services out of the giant 831,000 square foot modular facility in Edison, with plans to expand that to their full suite of services.
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