Monday, January 9, 2006

Virtela Expands Managed DSL to 120 Countries

Virtela, a global network solutions provider, is now delivering managed global DSL connectivity to its private network via a footprint covering more than 120 countries. New locations covered include Azerbaijan, Brunei, Cayman Islands, Egypt, Guam, Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, Kyrgyzstan, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Romania, Tajikistan and Vietnam.
Virtela has already provisioned and provides ongoing management of business-class DSL services for more than a thousands customer sites worldwide.

Virtela's global DSL services enable enterprises to replace low-speed Frame Relay and Private Lines or usage-based ISDN lines to their branch offices. The service can also provide a backup to primary MPLS or Frame networks. Virtela offers a single point of contact for global DSL ordering, provisioning, 24x7 Network Operations Center support, billing and customer care. Virtela selects the best provider on a price and performance basis per customer location, and can integrate with existing Internet access where desired.

  • Virtela operates a global, multi-carrier MPLS network with dynamic best path routing and automatic failover capabilities. Network and Security Operations Centers in Denver and Mumbai, India monitor and manage outsourced customer networks. The new Remote Monitoring and Management (RMM) suite lets customers maintain control of and visibility into their infrastructures via on-line ticketing, reporting, and administration using a Web portal. The services also provide certified, hands-on expertise for managing and troubleshooting platforms from major equipment vendors worldwide.


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