OTEGLOBE, the international wholesale carrier of OTE Group of Companies, has signed a deal with Albtelecom, Albania’s incumbent operator, to offer Internet Transit services. With this agreement OTEGLOBE will serve a significant portion of Albtelecom’s rapidly developing internet needs.
The service will be routed through the newly established terrestrial cross border link between Greece and Albania and then rendered over OTEGLOBE’s geographically diverse and fully protected, state-of-the-art IP/MPLS and DWDM backbone networks towards the major European Internet Gateways, namely Frankfurt, London and Amsterdam. OTEGLOBE is offering through this robust infrastructure, Internet Transit services to all the major telecommunication providers in the Balkans region.
“We are happy to extend our already excellent cooperation with Albtelecom, and look forward to working closely and deliver highly reliable Internet services so as to support our customer’s efforts to boost the broadband penetration in Albania” says Mr. Ioannis Konstantinidis, Executive Commercial Director of OTEGLOBE.
“We highly and really appreciate to do business and make efficient collaboration with OTEGLOBE, by receiving highly reliable and uninterrupted internet backbone capacity. We are sure that our individual and corporate customers will be very pleased with the service quality and efficiency. We hope that we continue to enlarge our high level business relations with OTEGLOBE in different areas with positive and constructive approaches” says Dr. Mustafa Reşit Akdoğan, Chief Executive Officer of Albtelecom.
OTEGLOBE’s Internet Transit service is based on a privately owned, state-of-the art international IP network, that incorporates MPLS technologies and uses the fully protected and geographically diverse TBN and GWEN backbone networks to support high redundancy and resilience schemes with no single point of failure. Multiple interconnections with Tier-1 networks in London, Amsterdam and Frankfurt, as well as presence in the major public Internet Exchanges LINX (London), AMS-IX (Amsterdam) and DE-CIX (Frankfurt) ensure top service availability with low levels of latency.