3,000km optical fiber network connects Eastern and Western Europe

21 January 2015 marks an official launch of the Baltic Highway, a modern data transmission network, connecting Tallinn (Estonia) and Frankfurt (Germany) via Riga (Latvia), Vilnius (Lithuania), Warsaw (Poland) and Berlin (Germany). The 3,000km optical fiber network is distinguished for its reliability, low 35 milliseconds latency, capacity of 100G per channel and 9.6 Tbit/s total throughput.
Duomenų perdavimo magistralė "Baltic Highway"
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