Our network provider is Televorgu AS (AS39301) and it is connected to most modern Baltic fibre network called Baltic Highway ,launched in the beginning of 2014 and it is also connected to Tallinn Internet Exchange (http://www.tllix.net). Baltic Highway has been built using optical fibre laid over high-voltage electricity lines and gas pipelines belonging to the energy companies involved. This may give the network an advantage in terms of reliability: utility infrastructure is usually better protected from being accidentally dug up by construction work, which is the main cause of cable breaks. Baltic Highway owners: Data Logistics Center, is part of Lietuvos Energija, the state-owned holding company for Lithuanian energy suppliers. The other partners in the Baltic Highway project are Latvenergo, a state-owned electric utility company in Latvia, and Televõrk, a sister company of Tele2 AB with deep contracts with private energy firm Eesti Energia in Estonia.. The 3000-km-long network connects Tallinn in Estonia with Frankfurt in Germany via Riga (Latvia), Vilnius (Lithuania), Warsaw (Poland) and Berlin (Germany). Onward connections to Saint Petersburg in Russia via 100G and Belarus via 10G links. The network boasts 35ms latency from end to end, capacity of 100G per channel and 9.6 Tb/s of total throughput, according to Data Logistics Center, one of the three partners in the project. Televorgu AS main networking partners are Level3, Lattelecom SIA with peering to NTT America, Telefonica International, Hurricane Electric, Cogent, Deutsche Telecom, Telecom Italia Sparkle, Savvis, QWEST Communications, Sprint, Tinet, Internet Initiative Japan, to name a few. For networking, there are used only the best available equipments today,from Juniper and CiSCO.
Please take a look at ASN info: http://bgp.he.net/AS39301
Ping test: 184.108.40.206