FIBER TO THE HOME

A fiber-optic broadband service that is connected to the home to provide high-speed services such as telephones, high-speed Internet and TV. By deploying fiber-optic cable to the customer’s home, the network speed will be greatly increased.

ILL – INTERNET LEASED LINE

The service provides a direct Internet connection with a separate international gateway, deployed on fiber optic infrastructure, able to meet all the speed demands of customers.

SECURITY CAMERAS

Security cameras are using video cameras to transmit signals to a specific place, on a limited number of screens. The television is closed separately in the network

IPLC – INTERNATIONAL PRIVATE LEASED CIRCUIT

It is a vital service that every businessman should know in order to run the business smoothly. Leased end-to-end digital private bandwidth lines at any speed are provided across different countries or regions with the use of the SDH or DDN transmission mode. SDH/DDN carry characters of low bit error rate and a small delay. They support transparent transmission of voice, data, as well as video information. It can work at cross-country but international communication service would different from the Domestic Private Leased Circuit. The entire circuit serves only one customer since it is private. All the bandwidth is exclusively used by the customer.

P2P – POINT TO POINT

It is a service of broadband urban transmission network with super high-speed transmission, using high-speed fiber optic line connecting directly between end points of customers and being able to meet the retrieval needs. access, exchange information, applications with large or large data volumes. P2P White Channel Service is a service that connects networks (such as LANs at offices, branches …) of a business, an organization in different geographical areas into a single, private network.

MPLS – MULTIPROTOCOL LABEL SWITCHING

Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) is a routing technique in telecommunications networks that directs data from one node to the next based on short path labels rather than long network addresses, thus avoiding complex lookups in a routing table and speeding traffic flows.[1] The labels identify virtual links (paths) between distant nodes rather than endpoints. MPLS can encapsulate packets of various network protocols, hence the “multiprotocol” reference on its name. MPLS supports a range of access technologies, including T1/E1, ATM, Frame Relay, and DSL.