Telnes Broadband, a leading provider of Internet, Managed Network Services and Hosted Voice, announced today the availability of the LinkWatch Cloud Portal for Customers. LinkWatch is a crucial component of Telnes’ Amplified Support system of job managed installments and proactive ticket creation with dedicated engineering support. While Telnes has actually always given network tracking as a component of the information solutions, clients are now able see the very same Real Time info that Telnes Engineers use to stay informed of their network’s health.
All Telnes data and MPLS circuits kept track of 24/7 for uptime, latency, package reduction and application. If the circuit induces an alarm, a Telnes assistance instance is automatically produced. From the LinkWatch Portal, customers can examine their usage, track service tickets and produce their own custom network monitoring informs. Telnes’ Dedicated Engineering team backs LinkWatch solution 24/7/365. With the cloud portal, clients could interact straight with Telnes Engineering and post remarks and details straight into any kind of ticket for: technological support, billing, or provisioning. Linkwatch offers vital presence and clearness commonly unavailable with other Telecom carriers. The LinkWatch portal supplies a graphical map based user interface of the whole network. From the dashboard of the Portal, consumers can view a color-coded map to get an instantaneous snapshot of their network’s health. Should there be any type of issue or change required, they could open up a ticket straight within the portal to promptly begin working with Telnes Engineering.
XO Communications revealed in November 2012 significant improvements to its Ethernet solutions capabilities with the addition of 100 Mbps Ethernet over copper (EoC) access speeds and an expansion of its Ethernet accessibility network nationwide to almost 2000 company sites.
XO Communications now offers a more comprehensive variety of high-speed Ethernet over copper access choices of approximately 100Mbps, sustaining even faster access to the provider’s collection of VoIP, network, security and cloud-based solutions. As one of the initial businesses to deploy modern EoC technology across the country, XO Communications has actually been a pioneer in offering retail and wholesale customers with more affordable choice of Ethernet accessibility to modern fiber optic technology.
XO Communications has fit yet another piece into its 100G network puzzle by naming Ciena as yet another of its optical providers.
Having already deployed Ciena’s 4200 platform throughout this network, the new platform will accommodate a number of legacy SONET and next-gen methods such as Ethernet and Fibre Channel in addition to delivering managed wavelength services in 1G to 10G, 40G and 100G increments.
Although it plans to extend these brand-new abilities across the country in its network over the next year, the business at first has actually begun supplying services on this superior network in New York City to wholesale service provider clients, linking essential provider hotels like 111 Eighth Avenue.
The first ring in New York City will consist of 3 nodes, consisting of 60 Hudson Street, an important location for a supplier in Manhattan.
Hughes Cloud Services today announced it is dealing with Level 3 Communications Inc. to extend service level agreements (SLAs) for the “last mile” to its clients’ computers, guaranteeing impressive end-to-end effectiveness of its cloud solutions profile. Companies of any type and size will take advantage of increased cloud efficiency, enhanced individual experience as well as intrinsic redundancy, and decreased expenses from getting rid of the need for long-haul private lines. These new SLAs will definitely be made it possible for via Level 3′s global, protected and robust Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) backbone network.
Through this package, Hughes Cloud Services will definitely supply substantial cost discounts for its consumers, taking out the need to run exclusive line, long-haul connection to access their safe and dependable private cloud. Companies will definitely take advantage of better cloud performance as well as individual throughput and integral redundancy.
A new report from a worldwide industry expert points out some significant factors driving the development in the broadband market, consisting of enhancing requirement for connection, reduced relative price of high speed bandwidth technology, boosting requirement for Web connectivity from new markets, as well as declining expenses of components. Elements such as the demand for enhanced merchant interoperability and more federal government assistance for increasing broadband penetration for economic advancement are boosting development in the market.
Among all of the broadband technologies readily available, DSL still maintains the bulk of the market place, followed by fiber broadband as well as cable internet. The growing market for DSL broadband is being caused by the consistently rising need for communication services, the report points out.
In August 2012 tw telecom, a leading company of managed services, featuring Business Ethernet, converged as well as IP VPN options for business throughout the U.S. as well as around the world, announced national availability of Dynamic Capacity, the next stage of its Intelligent Network solution portfolio.
With tw telecom’s Dynamic Capability solution, business clients are able to scale their E-Line Business Ethernet data transfer capacity right away across the network — without service outage — with the same simple MyPortal interface being used for all tw telecom solutions. Dynamic Ability is readily available to customers in about 16,000 tw telecom fiber-connected buildings in 75 major metro markets across the country.
To help you stay ahead of your increasing bandwidth requirements, we are happy to announce the addition of both Cbeyond and TelePacific fiber lit buildings in to our proprietary quoting server, GeoQuote. Powered by Google Maps, GeoQuote has the capability to show you all fiber lit buildings, from many different providers, within a 1-mile distance of your business location.
This database update added 9,432 TelePacific lit buildings, covering many of which are in the California and Nevada region. TelePacific is one of a handful of carriers that supply digital PRIs and hosted PBX over their own fiber links. We additionally added 2,800 Cbeyond lit buildings, which includes all Cbeyond markets such as Atlanta, Chicago, Detroit, Miami, and Minneapolis.
Cbeyond is the innovator in the growing VoIP, dedicated Internet, and cloud-based solutions market. Cbeyond makes use of a private IP network as well as softswitch technology to provide high-quality, affordable communications solutions. Unlike several other VoIP competitors, Cbeyond’s voice calls travel over a dedicated IP link to make sure high quality of service is achieved with 99.999 percent accessibility. Cbeyond’s dedicated broadband connection supplies the very same upload as well as download speeds. Cbeyond Cloud Services deliver scalable applications that keep expenses down while boosting dependability and enabling accessibility from remote locations.
TelePacific is a facility based CLEC provider based in Los Angeles. Started in 1998, TelePacific supplies services on its own switches as well as other network infrastructure. It provides local and long distance voice lines, dedicated Internet links, private networking, and also data transport solutions in addition to bundled voice and Internet options.
MegaPath Corp. just announced the opening of a brand-new industry sales support center in Phoenix to sustain its growing Ethernet over Copper (EoC) network.
MegaPath announced recently that it has just become the leading EoC network provider with more than 500 central offices. MegaPath plans to construct more than 680 central office locations.
In addition to Phoenix, the company already delivers EoC services in 45 markets across the country liking Albuquerque, Chicago, Austin, Dallas, Los Angeles, Denver, Miami, San Francisco, New York, and Washington, D.C. Earlier this week, the MegaPath said it received a new line of credit to refinance its debt, so that it can continue obtaining more business, including growing its national EoC network.
Privately-owned Zayo Group is providing more fiber to its already-significant stockpile with the acquisition of FiberGate, a dark fiber services business operating in the Washington, D.C. metro region. The acquisition consists of 130,000 miles of fiber, and foreshadows a boost in bandwidth for companies as well as federal government agencies in the nation’s capital.