RETN Broadens Polish Network with Fresh Gdańsk-Warsaw-Poznań Route

A new network route from Gdańsk to Warsaw and Poznań has been launched by international network services provider RETN. Improved connection to Warsaw, Poznań, and Berlin is now available from the recently established Point of Presence at the Artnet Data Centre in Gdańsk.

With this development, RETN would become the 12th Polish Point-of-Presence for domestic and international connectivity, benefiting enterprise organizations, ISPs, and wholesale clients.

Following the recent expansion of RETN’s Warsaw metro fiber ring and the establishment of a new network route connecting into Poznań and Berlin, this would mark a significant milestone in RETN’s ongoing commitment to enhancing network connectivity in Poland, according to Amy Bajer, Managing Director, RETN Poland & CEE. By using connections to reach all of RETN’s current PoPs in these countries, the company would be able to provide complete data transmission services, Internet Access (DIA), Cloud Connect, Wavelength, L2 and L3 VPN, IP across Europe and Asia via these critical sites.

Gdańsk, the biggest city in Poland by land area and home to probably the largest container port in the Baltic Sea, the Port of Gdańsk, is an important market. RETN’s wide network currently covers the whole Tri-city (Gdańsk, Gdynia, Sopot) metropolitan region. According to RETN, customers will be provided with secured and reliable connection in all offices, industrial, distribution, and retail sites throughout Eurasia thanks to this.

Boasting unique network resources that bridge Europe and Asia, RETN stands as one of the most rapidly growing independent Eurasian network service providers. In the Global Carrier Awards of 2023, RETN earned the title of ‘Best Pan-European Carrier.’ RETN offers a broad spectrum of connectivity services, including IP transit, Ethernet & VPN, Capacity, Remote peering to major IXPs, Colocation and Cloud Connect. RETN’s network operates on top-end equipment vendors like Infinera, Juniper and Ciena.

The foundation of its own homogenous DWDM and IP/MPLS Network Platform and heavily branched land routes allow RETN to offer an “innovative” solution for connecting Europe and Asia. The network extends through Western Europe, Eastern Europe, reaches the frontier with China, and then advances into Southeast Asia.

RETN purports to provide telecommunication services across its Eurasian network with “short lead times, industry leading uptimes, and multiple layers of redundancy.”

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