Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Reliance Globalcom Extends VPLS Capabilities to 17 Countries

Reliance Globalcom has extended its Enterprise Global Ethernet services to 17 countries, enabling point-to-point and fully-meshed connectivity for multinational customers. The carrier operates an Ethernet network that employs VPLS over a MPLS platform.

Additionally, Reliance Globalcom's Ethernet services reach 36 countries through a combination of owned-assets and strategic carrier alliances, and encompass Reliance Communications' 176 points of presence (PoPs) across all major Indian cities.

Reliance Globalcom said key benefits of its Enterprise Global Ethernet include:

  • A fully-managed service with end-to-end performance SLAs

  • Global reach into high-demand destinations in both developed and developing countries, enabling customers with the agility to capitalize on high-growth opportunities, rapidly increasing talent pools and cost-savings in emerging markets

  • Significantly improved performance and speed for mid-size to large enterprises

  • Business critical support for bandwidth intensive and latency sensitive enterprise applications such as video conferencing, CRM, ERP, storage and disaster recovery -- as well as content delivery initiatives.

Reliance Globalcom's fully managed infrastructure is further extended through its 65,000 kilometers (km) of undersea cable assets, more than 21 network-to-network interface (NNI) agreements with key partners and more than 750 carrier relationships in developing and emerging markets around the world.



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