During the years the company has been extending the services with a wider footprint, more diversity and extended product portfolio. In the UK the reliability of the network has been much improved by having diverse routes from the CLS (Cable landing station) in Scotland down to London. There are in total four routes available in UK from CLS which combine into two routes in the northernmost part. This has led to a 100% uptime for terrestrially protected routes in UK. Farice does also offer diverse routes In Iceland and Denmark for those customers seeking the highest security level. Footprint of the network has been extended in Iceland with new service POPs at the Verne Data Center location near Keflavík International Airport in 2011 as well as a POP in the Equinix AM7 carrier hotel in Amsterdam Netherlands in 2012. This was an extension to the initial POPs in Reykjavík, Interxion, Ballerup Denmark, Telehouse, Docklands London and Torshavn Faroe Islands. In 2019 a new POP was introduced in Equinix LD6, Slough UK. Farice has traditionally been a wholesale carrier to the local service providers offering Layer 1 circuits in the form of STM-1 to STM-64 (10G) which have been replaced by 10G and 100G Ethernet DWDM type of services. To serve the needs of the various international data center customers and smaller service providers the company extended the service portfolio with an IP/MPLS network in the year 2012 and a Metro Ethernet network in 2020. Products such as Global Internet Transit and Carrier Ethernet (EPL as transparent circuits) are now offered.