RETN has become a participant of the Brussels Internet traffic exchange point (BNIX, Interxion Belgium n.v. Wezembeekstraat 2 Bus 1 B – 1930 Zaventem). This is the 9th European traffic exchange point where RETN is involved.
RETN transit hub in Vienna (Interxion, Louis-Hafliger-Gasse 10, Objekt 50, 1210 Vienna) upgraded to access hub. RETN joined VIX (Vienna Internet eXchange), the 10th Internet Exchange for RETN and 7th in Western Europe.
As a way to proactively anticipate traffic growth, the core of the RETN IP trunk network has been switched to Juniper MX routers. The IP network core currently uses 6 Juniper MX routers: in Moscow, St.-Petersburg, Stockholm, Amsterdam, New York and Ashburn (Washington DC)
As part of its effort to make its IP trunk network more reliable, RETN has added an extra Kiev-Vienna-Prague-Frankfurt line to its existing Kiev-Frankfurt channel, improving the aggregate traffic capacity of the channels to 5 Gbps. (more…)