Thanks to our preferred suppliers BT, ProRail, NGN, TenneT and our partner networks, Relined’s Dark Fiber network extends over 30,000 kilometres of fibre-optic cable – more than 14,000 kilometres in the Netherlands and 15,500 km in Germany. This allows us to offer complete cover in both countries, which means that we can make connections to practically any location. We deliver reliable long-distance connections and have a close-knit network in various central business districts, to which many data centres and offices are connected. Alongside this redundant nation-wide network, Relined offers an offshore network between the Netherlands and Denmark, facilitating superfast connections to the Nordics.
Relined supplies network capacity throughout the Netherlands. We offer a high degree of network density and are extremely well represented in ten central business districts in the Netherlands, including Rotterdam, The Hague, Utrecht, Eindhoven, Groningen and our own metro network in Amsterdam.
The Dark Fibre network in Germany also offers nationwide cover. Long-distance connections linking central business districts are easily created. In addition, within the central business districts a close-knit Dark Fibre network is available to which many offices and data centres are connected. In Germany, we also have our own metro network in Frankfurt, one of the most important internet hubs in the area of data supply.
Thanks to our offshore network between the Netherlands and Demark, the COBRA Fiber Optic Cable, you have a reliable, superfast connection between the Netherlands and Scandinavia at your disposal – in addition, you can link easily from Esbjerg to land-based networks or the undersea cable towards the UK.
Our network is constantly developing. We regularly connect new, well-secured data centres (redundantly) to our network. There are now more than 120 of these!
Regenerator equipment can be placed with Relined at strategic locations in the country. Virtually all of our locations have optimum security.
No network in your region? In these cases, we work with local and regional networks applying the same high network requirements.