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Exa Infrastructure introduces 400 Gbps services

Monday 18 October 2021 | 17:00 CET | News
Exa Infrastructure announced the introduction of 400 Gbps services across its European, transatlantic and North American infrastructure platform. Exa Infrastructure will initially enable 65,000km of its network footprint to support 400G, including two transatlantic cables, which equates to more than 3,000 possible route combinations. 400G wavelengths are available from Exa with immediate effect, with further routes and POPs to be added over the coming 12 months. 

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Companies: EXA Infrastructure
Countries: World
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