A reliable, fast connection to Scandinavia? For example, from Amsterdam to Copenhagen? The submarine cable between the Netherlands and Denmark, operated by Relined, makes this possible. This COBRA Fiber Optic Cable has a unique location in relation to competing connections and offers a direct link between the Netherlands and Denmark. What are the advantages of this? A shorter route means lower attenuation, which in turn facilitates a superfast connection. In addition, ongoing connections are also possible to, for example, the UK, Norway and the US.
Back on dry land, the connection can be taken over by Energinet, our partner in the COBRA Fiber Optic Cable. Connections to Copenhagen, Esbjerg (where there is an submarine cable to the UK), and Bulbjerg (from where an submarine cable goes to Norway) can easily be achieved. Naturally, it is also possible to connect to other carriers.
Denmark has extensive fibre-optic infrastructure. Various carriers are connected to the most popular carrier-neutral data centres, as are landing stations for submarine cables and fibre-optic cables from other nations connecting the country to the rest of Europe. Most of the co-location data centres in the country are located in or around the capital, Copenhagen. The majority of traffic in Denmark is switched here. Peering takes place principally through private peering within the carrier-neutral data centres or through the DIX (Danish Internet Exchange) internet exchange point.
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.
Do we not have a network in a particular region? In these cases, we work with local and regional networks. Applying the same high network requirements, of course.