Summary:

Interoute, a European data network operator has just launched a new metro ethernet network that runs at 10 gigabits per second, and connects Europe’s 61 major commercial centers. Interoute’s multipoint Ethernet service is supposed to cut costs for enterprise customers, perhaps by as much as 35%. […]

Interoute, a European data network operator has just launched a new metro ethernet network that runs at 10 gigabits per second, and connects Europe’s 61 major commercial centers. Interoute’s multipoint Ethernet service is supposed to cut costs for enterprise customers, perhaps by as much as 35%. Interoute’s multipoint Ethernet service adds to the company’s existing Metro and long-haul Ethernet portfolio.

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