Enet has added six more data centres in Dublin to its national network.
By having the additional data centres it allows Enet to offer more options when it comes to dark fibre and managed bandwidth to its customers. This in turn will result in increased connectivity for consumers.
Enet is now connected to 25 data centres. There are also plans for Enet to connect even more data centres in the next twelve months.
The new data centres include four Equinix sites, Severcentric Blanchardstown and Keppel CityWest. Enet is also connected to datacentres around Ireland and in the UK.
This interconnected network allows Enet to offer secure, reliable and scalable high capacity connectivity between these centres. It in turn will also allow for diverse connectivity for mission-critical traffic, and also give customers more ways to route international traffic.