Low latency data transport Haarlem-Rotterdam: 0,8ms

Our team is regularly asked how quickly we transport a data package from A to B. This is called response time or ‘latency’ and the lower this response time, the better (and faster), here are some examples of the maximum latency on various main routes:

• Amsterdam-Haarlem → 0,2ms
• Amsterdam-Hilversum → 0,3ms
• Haarlem-Den Haag → 0,4ms
• Haarlem-Rotterdam → 0,8ms
• Utrecht-Amsterdam → 0,3ms

Low network connection latency has always been an important consideration in building our network. Recent changes in customer applications over the past 5 years have brought low latency in addition to bandwidth, which together determine the ultimate speed and application performance.

Latency in networks is caused by three main components: (1) the fiber itself, (2) optical components for illuminating fiber and (3) optoelectric components such as network switches.

AFIBER provides 1-100Gbps xWDM connections with the best high-bandwidth, low-latency features in the market, our key nodes and routes we have made available below and interactively.

More information about single or redundant 1-100Gbps connections between cities, data centers and office locations with low latency even at full load? Contact olivier.ten.wolde@afiber.net


AFIBER is an independent provider of fiber optic connectivity for business customers and service providers. We help organizations with the delivery and management of high-quality networks between branches, data centers, cloud providers, and providers of network and IT services.

AFIBER offers business customers fiber optic coverage in a large part of the Netherlands. This fiber optic network is connected to the main data centers and various regional and national fiber optic networks. This enables us to make an independent choice for our customers for the right connectivity for your company network.