New DWDM connection deployed between Warsaw and Stockholm

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A partnership between operator Hawe Telekom, Lithuanian backbone operator Fiord Networks and the Latvian operator consortium project, Ping-win has seen a new DWDM connection launched between Warsaw and Stockholm. 

The connections are deployed in a coherent DWDM network with no electrical regeneration. The new route through Vilnius and Riga provides an alternative for existing networks, and the investment enables the launch of transmission channels with a bandwidth of nx10G and nx100G. 

Przemysław Gągała, international sales director at Hawe Telekom commented: ‘The DWDM transmission system of the Warsaw-Vilnius-Stockholm route provides the response of our company to the needs of international telecommunication operators, content providers, financial sector or shared services centres. We focus on managing the east-west transit traffic, yet we see a significant demand for powerful north-south connections. We started with the Stockholm section.’

Added Sergei Filatov, business development director at Fiord Networks: ‘The data transmission channels in Latvia, Lithuania and Poland are the core elements of our international infrastructure. These make it possible for us to deploy the new, fast and unique routes in Europe. We have reliable infrastructure and are delighted that we can use it to manage the new connection. I believe that the latest investment will strengthen our position on the operator market and give us the tools to win additional clients for the new geographic areas.’

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