Virtual Private Networking
Managed any-to-any DM-VPN-based Internet VPN with local Internet breakout
Global portfolio of cost-efficient Internet based VPN services with local Internet breakout to access any public cloud application.
A secure Hybrid WAN solution is what every multi-location and multinational company needs today. IP-Virtual Private Networking simplifies the task of offering these Hybrid WAN solutions to your clients, as you don’t have to worry about things like sourcing the right internet access service and managing key features such as web security, latency optimization and local internet breakout. IP-VPN is available in more than 200 countries and includes standard or premium SLA’s with guaranteed Time to Deliver and Time to Repair.
Access to public cloud applications, such as Google Apps, Office 365 or Salesforce.com, has become mission-critical. But it’s too costly to run this Internet traffic over expensive MPLS connections. That’s why IP-VPN supports local Internet breakout, typically configured with web security
Of course Dedicated and Broadband access technologies vary by country, but we give you the choice of everything available in any given country: Fiber (Dedicated, FttX), Copper (SONET/SDH) ADSL, SDSL, VDSL), Cable (DOCSIS), Wireless (Microwave/Radio, WiMax, 3G/4G/LTE) and Satellite.
No need to go from Buenos Aires to Sao Paulo by way of the United States just because someone set up the central gateway in New York. IP-VPN does connect sites to one or more gateways, but also uses Cisco’s Dynamic Multipoint VPN (DM-VPN) technology to allow direct site-to-site communication.
In order to offer you the best latency, packet loss and uptime service levels, we have installed leading edge IP routing optimization technology on our POP locations and connected multiple Tier 1 IP Transit providers. We continuously measure all Internet routes and select for each session the best performing IP Transit provider.
Handoff at Dedicated Gateway or NNI
We can terminate IP-VPN connections at one or more dedicated gateways at end-customer sites or hand over on an MPLS NNI (type a/b/c) at an Expereo POP located in any of the major data centers around the world. For redundancy we provision primary and secondary connections by default.