What Is A Dedicated Internet Line?
Networks And Connectivity
Companies’ dedicated Internet access lines provide high-speed symmetric links with guaranteed availability and bandwidth. This makes the optimal solutions for access to business applications (SAP, AS400, etc.), voice over IP, Virtual Private Networks (VPN), Multi -Videoconference, or highly critical Internet access.
What Is A Dedicated Line, And What Does It Allow?
A dedicated line is a reliable and secure solution for connecting different locations, allowing Internet access if desired. In this way, the need for data and voice transmission between geographically dispersed offices and the central office is solved, defining a closed group with a mesh or star topology.
It is increasingly important for companies to have high-quality access to the Internet and their delegations. An access line in dedicated mode (a dedicated line) solves this hurdle. It allows high quality and availability based on SLA contracts (Service Level Agreement) that guarantee a certain level of availability.
Dedicated lines offer benefits to businesses, such as:
- Service Level Guarantees (SLAs).
- Great capillarity in the metropolitan area.
- High service availability.
- High flexibility, being able to increase the bandwidth quickly.
What Is A Dedicated Metro Ethernet Line?
Dedicated lines over Ethernet are implemented on high-capacity fiber-optic networks and offer WAN connectivity for the interconnection of your delegations using the Ethernet protocol providing guaranteed flows from 2 Mbps to 10 Gbps.
Dedicated Ethernet lines can be provincial or interprovincial, in all cases providing point-to-point circuits with Ethernet delivery between the customer’s headquarters and Claranet’s national interconnection center. All circuits are managed and monitored end to end and permanently by Claranet’s Network Operations Center.
What Is A Dedicated PDH Line?
Dedicated PDH/SDH lines allow for a technological architecture designed to provide high-speed WAN connectivity services between remote points, thus providing high quality and reliable service with guaranteed flows from 2 Mbps up to 155 Mbps.
The PDH/SDH Lines can be provincial or interprovincial, supplying point-to-point circuits with a V.35 or G.703 delivery interface between the client’s headquarters and Claranet’s national interconnection center. All circuits are managed and monitored end to end and permanently by Claranet’s Network Operations Center.
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