DWDM Services

GAS&COM DWDM Link –
Connect your sites at speeds of up to 400 gigabits per second

Our DWDM network all over Switzerland with interconnecton points to neighbouring countries allows us to offer you highly available bandwidth services between different sites.

Thanks to redundant points of presence (PoPs) and routes, you can choose between different security levels: simple connection, protection (simple connection with automatic switching in the event of interruption), redundancy (dual redundant connection).

High bandwidths of up to 400 Gbit/s are possible with today’s infrastructure.

Our solutions guarantee both, highest security and availability.

GAS&COM's high-performance services and a state-of-the-art network management system provide our customers with standardised and customised high-availability connections.

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Ready to use – in every city of Switzerland


  • Extensive DWDM network in Switzerland and the Principality of Liechtenstein
  • Up to 48 Tbit/s per fibre pair
  • In addition to DWDM, fibre channels are also available
  • Various monitoring and intervention models ranging from reactive to proactive
  • Fast extension possibilities in order to support your growth
  • We own 100% of all resources, which are exclusively housed in Switzerland
  • A personal, specialised contact is available to assist with your requests
  • Interconnection points to neighbouring countries
  • Availability in all established data centres in Switzerland
  • A range of security and redundancy levels (SLA) from 99.8% to 99.99%
  • Very short start-up time for new services
  • Customised and scalable solutions to meet your needs
  • Dedicated 24/7 Network Operations Center (NOC) in Aarau with emergency dispatching as NOC in Oberbuchsiten
  • Professional support for your project planning and implementation
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GAS&COM and BKW strengthen their cooperation in the field of fibre optic networks


The partnership-based cooperation between BKW and GAS&COM was strengthened by a further interconnection point for the two fibre optic networks […]

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