BSO Network Solutions Continues its Investment in its Global Network Footprint

London, UK - 11 May 2015

BSO Network Solutions, the global ethernet network, cloud and hosting provider, today announced further expansion of its worldwide network footprint, reaffirming its reputation as a leading connectivity partner for the Asian, Indian and Middle Eastern regions. 

BSO Network Solutions has recently increased its capacity along multiple on-net routes from Europe to Africa, Russia, the Middle East and East Asia. The new routes will enable carriers, and end-user organisations, to strengthen their market position in key strategic emerging and established economies. The routes include:

Intra-region:

  • Unity
  • Pacific-Crossing 1
  • FLAG Europe-Asia (FEA)                
  • SEACOM/Tata TGN-EA 
  • Europe India Gateway (EIG)
  • TE North/TGN-Eurasia/SEACOM
  • FALCON
  • SEA-ME-WE 3
  • SEA-ME-WE-4
  • Europe-Russia-Asia (ERA) terrestrial and Hokkaido-Sakhalin Cable System (HSCS)
  • Transit Europe-Asia (TEA) terrestrial and Russia-Japan Cable Network (RJCN)
  • Asia Europe Express (AEE) terrestrial

Asia:

  • APCN-2
  • EAC-C2C
  • South-East Asia Japan Cable (SJC) 
  • Asia Submarine-cable Express (ASE)

Europe:

  • Hawk

Alongside the expansion of these routes, BSO Network Solutions has now reached a total of 70 POPs on-net, worldwide.

BSO Network Solutions’s executive team is attending International Telecoms Week 2015 (ITW) in Chicago, US, and is available to discuss the developments with attendees. Michael Ourabah, CEO at BSO Network Solutions, said, “Our continued investment in on-net capabilities represents our dedication to leading the Ethernet connectivity space. By our nature, we are a technology led organisation and nothing brings us more satisfaction than building and optimising our network to match our clients’ current and future needs.”

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