Speed is our goal

We will provide a high-speed, redundant fiber-optic network. Our connections in the Amsterdam Internet Exchange will be carrier neutral.

The Green Bay will operate a carrier-neutral data center. 

Our high-speed, redundant fiber-optic network, actually a Dense Wave Division Multiplexing (DWDM) networks, will link the data center to our meet-me rooms in Amsterdam with the major carrier nodes in Amsterdam. The DWDM network will be built with Nokia (formerly Alcatel-Lucent) DWDM equipment. Each computer suite (1 MW) will be, standard, provided with 2 x 100G bandwidth to Amsterdam. On customer request the access interfaces to this network will offer capacities of 100 Mb, 1G, 10G and 40G. The roundtrip delay to Amsterdam will be less than 2.5ms. 

We will terminate our DWDM network at two locations in Science Park Amsterdam and another at a primary carrier node in Amsterdam South/East. 

• At the first Science Park location, we are able to connect to 145 telecom carriers and 5 internet exchanges. 

• At the second Science Park location, we are able to connect to 100 telecom carriers and 4 internet exchanges. 

• At the third location, we are able to connect to 177 telecom carriers and 5 internet exchanges.

The Green Bay DWDM network will also terminate in Antwerp and London.