CompleTel launches intercity LAN to LAN data services

Sept. 24, 2001
Sept. 24, 2001--CompleTel plans to launch its first intercity LAN to LAN data service, interconnecting local fiber networks in 13 cities in France and Germany in October.

CompleTel plans to launch its first intercity LAN to LAN data service, interconnecting local fiber networks in 13 cities in France and Germany in October. The new product will provide 10 Mbps to 1 Gbps transmission of data over Ethernet, organized in a virtual LAN network. CompleTel clients will benefit from consolidated management of their data platforms which will operate as one extended LAN, with Mutli Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) providing discrete and secure management of data flows and tailored bandwidth on each route within the network. Riverstone Network routers have been deployed to enable this extension of the CompleTel product line.

About CompleTel Europe NV:

CompleTel is a facilities-based provider of fiber optic local access telecommunications and Internet services to business end-users, carriers and ISPs in France and Germany, with iPcenta Internet Data Center services in France, Germany and the UK.

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