Our transit providers list is a veritable Who’s Who in data networking. The data centre networking equipment we use ensures you’re never left with a slow or failing connection.
Level 3’s network now spans more than 47,000 intercity route miles and reaches customers in major markets throughout the United States and Europe. In addition, Level 3 also owns and operates both Time Warner and Global Crossings extensive networks.
With an extensive fibre optic network that spans over 147,000 national route miles and boasts the world’s first, and largest, 40 Gb backbone as well as the deployment of the first 100 Gb router interface, Comcast has established itself as one of the most advanced and reliable providers. Our customers benefit greatly from our relationship with this network, which seamlessly handles over 2 TB of traffic per second.
Seabone is a worldwide Tier-1 Internet backbone providing ISPs, Content Providers and Accelerators with top performing access to the Global Internet. With its vast presence throughout Europe, Latin America and the United States, its unique presence in Africa, Middle East and Mediterranean Basin, and ongoing expansion plans in the Asia-Pacific, Seabone is one of the Top 10 global IP players providing state-of-the-art performance, robustness, and reliability.
Cogent’s worldwide Tier 1 optical IP network is one of the largest of its kind, with direct IP connectivity to more than 4,480 AS (Autonomous System) networks around the world. Cogent’s network stretches over 180 markets throughout 36 countries in North America, Europe, and Asia, with over 56,600 route miles of long-haul fibre and over 26,600 miles of metropolitan fibre.
GTT owns and operates a global Tier 1 IP network. Enterprises, carriers and governments look to GTT for high-performance connectivity to any location in the world and with any application in the cloud. GTT runs multiple, diverse and redundant fibre paths between all of their 250+ PoP locations around the world.
|NTT Communications is a subsidiary of Nippon Telegraph and Telephone (NTT) Corporation, the largest telecommunication company in the world.|
By connecting to the NTT ICT Global IP Network, you access faster internet access, minimise distance delays and benefit from one of the world’s top-ranked Global Tier 1 IP Backbones.
|XO owns and operates one of the largest Ethernet and IP networks in the U.S. The XO network is among the most connected networks in North America, with the ability to scale up to terabits of capacity to help you future-proof bandwidth needs.|