The news is that operators continue to demand the most optimal latencies and highly resilient networks. It also coincides with news that the Doubs department, an area in the Bourgogne-Franche-Comté region of eastern France, has completed work on a new fiber optic border crossing.
The new border crossing was developed by the Doubs THD joint trade union and was inaugurated on July 5, 2022. Since then, Netalis has been in talks with Gas&Com to set up a geographically and technically innovative long-distance connection between France and the Swiss Confederation.
“New connections (transits, peerings, etc.) and points of presence are gradually being rolled out in Switzerland to strengthen the capacity of the Netalis network and add more routes to our hub in the PACA region, which will also benefit from these innovations digital highway will benefit,” said Nicolas Guillaume, President of Nasca Group, Netalis’ parent company.
“With active points of presence in the world’s largest Internet Exchanges in Paris, Marseille and internationally in New York and Zurich, Netalis intends to differentiate itself by providing a variety of connectivity offerings to our customers. SME-ETI and ensure the connection of their international sites according to a single telecommunications interlocutor model.”
The new connections not only offer additional resiliency and network security, but also offer all Netalis customers a minimum capacity of 10 Gbit/s as well as services such as connectivity to/between business locations, data centers and cloud providers within Switzerland. To support this, new Points of Presence (PoP) are being set up in the BrainServe and Interxion data centers in Lausanne and Zurich.
Wholesale services will also be available for third-party providers and with the Netalis network in close proximity to other French long-distance networks (APRR, SNCF, etc.), continuity between areas will be ensured.