TI Sparkle Greece S.A., formerly known as Mediterranean Nautilus Greece S.A., is part of Sparkle Group, a leading global telecommunication provider of IP, Data, Cloud, Data Center, Mobile and Voice solutions through a state-of-the-art- backbone of over 540,000 kilometers worldwide.
Sparkle’s Mediterranean submarine network spans over a distance of approximately 11,000 km linking Italy, Greece, Cyprus, Turkey and Israel. Throughout these countries and specifically in the cities of Catania, Athens (Metamorfosis and Koropi), Chania, and Istanbul, our company has privately owned Data Centers.
Sparkle Greece manages and operates the whole infrastructure within Greece, that is the backbone as well as the three Data Centers of Metamorfosis and Koropi in Athens and Chania in Crete.
A complete range of solutions designed to access any content on the Internet with secure global international IP connectivity, high-performance international bandwidth and IP MPLS services.
Suite of highly flexible and scalable top class integrated IaaS, PaaS and SaaS that meets the ever growing need of cost efficient and top security IT solutions available in several Data Centers worldwide, with proprietary key assets in Italy, Greece and Turkey.
Complete portfolio of services, including global connectivity and ICT, aimed at serving the needs of corporate customers with the highest performance level.
The Sparkle Greece network is identified as Aegean Network and comprises a portion of Sparkle’s Mediterranean Submarine Network.
Specifically, the Aegean network has three landing points - Aghia Marina, Vravrona and Chania - and two landing stations in Koropi and Chania, Crete. In a ring configuration, the backbone is fully protected and with a guaranteed availability of 99,99%.
In the area of Attica, the Koropi landing station is interconnected with the Metamorfosis Data Center through a double routing fiber-optic connection. Our Metamorfosis, Koropi and Chania Data Centers comprise the perfectly monitored facilities where our clients can co-locate their IT and telecommunications equipment.