An IPLC (International Private Leased Circuit) is a point-to-point private line used by an organization to communicate between offices that are geographically dispersed throughout the world. An IPLC can be used for internet access, business data exchange, video conferencing, and any other form of telecommunication.
To simplify IPLC ordering and billing, a concept called One Stop Shopping (OSS) was developed. OSS allows an organization to place a single order with a single carrier for two private leased circuits for two offices in two different countries. In the past, an organization had to contact each carrier in each country to order the two circuits, which included two separate invoices. OSS consolidates the billing for both circuits into a single invoice, handles all currency issues, and allows the organization to report all problems from either circuit to one carrier.
Ethernet over SDH (EOSDH) is a point-to-point connection method where the closest exchange to the customer premise has the required ethernet equipment to carry the traffic via pure ethernet from end to end. In that case, ethernet service can be provided through SDH making it easier to provide the service. The only requirement is an ethernet card to plug into the SDH equipment.
Just like regular ethernet circuits, ethernet over SDH circuits can be upgraded or downgraded easily (scalable). All those changes can be done through the ethernet card’s interface on SDH.
Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) fuses the intelligence of routing with the performance of switching and provides significant benefits to networks with a pure IP architecture as well as those with IP and ATM or a mix of other Layer 2 technologies. MPLS technology is key to scalable Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) and end-to-end quality of service (QoS), enabling efficient utilization of existing networks to meet future growth and rapid fault correction of link and node failure. The technology also helps deliver highly scalable, differentiated end-to-end IP services with simpler configuration, management, and provisioning for both Internet providers and subscribers.
4. METRO- e
Metro Ethernet is the use of Carrier Ethernet technology in Metropolitan Area Networks (MAN). Because it is typically a collective endeavor with numerous financial contributors, Metro Ethernet offers cost-effectiveness, reliability, scalability and bandwidth management superior to most proprietary networks.
Metro Ethernet can connect business Local Area Networks (LAN) and individual end users to a Wide Area Network (WAN) or to the Internet. Corporations, academic institutions and government agencies in large cities can use Metro Ethernet to connect branch campuses or offices to an intranet. A typical Metro Ethernet system has a star network or mesh network topology with individual routers or servers interconnected through cable or fiber optic media.
We also provide metro services with certain specifications , such as support QnQ link , RFC 2544 , Jumbo frame which has been conducted tests measuring devices .
“Pure” Ethernet technology in the MAN environment is relatively inexpensive compared with Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (SDH) or Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) systems of similar bandwidth. However, the latter technologies can be applied to Metro Ethernet in urban areas willing to devote the necessary financial resources to the task.
5. VPN IP
A Virtual Private Network (VPN) is a network technology that creates a secure network connection over a public network such as the Internet or a private network owned by a service provider. Large corporations, educational institutions, and government agencies use VPN technology to enable remote users to securely connect to a private network.
A VPN can connect multiple sites over a large distance just like a Wide Area Network (WAN). VPNs are often used to extend intranets worldwide to disseminate information and news to a wide user base. Educational institutions use VPNs to connect campuses that can be distributed across the country or around the world.
6. IP Transit
IP Transit is an efficient way of achieving congestion-free internet connectivity. Choosing the right supplier is always important, and particularly so for IP Transit : like a motorway, if it gets too busy, transfer of data slows, leading to delays and frustration for everybody. For businesses with an internet focus, this can be critical.Our IP transit offers high performance global connectivity — no traffic jams, no congestion, just guaranteed performance. What’s more, our customers can choose from three different types of IP transit: resilient, multi-homed full transit, cost effective, strategic partial transit, and direct Tier 1 connectivity with Level 3.
7. Data Colocation
In general, collocation is moving or placing things together, sometimes implying a proper order. On the Internet, this term (often spelled “colocation” or “co-location”) is used to mean the provision of space for a customer’s telecommunications equipment on the service provider’s premises. For example, a Web site owner could place the site’s own computer servers on the premises of the Internet Service Provider (ISP). Or an ISP could place its network routers on the premises of the company offering switching services with other ISPs. The alternative to collocation is to have the equipment and the demarcation point located at the customer’s premises.
8. Corporate Dedicated
DIGISAT give a network service for corporate dedicated
In information technology, SOHO is a term for the small office or home office environment and business culture. A number of organizations, businesses, and publications now exist to support people who work or have businesses in this environment. The term “virtual office” is sometimes used as a synonym.
10. BROADBAND PERSONAL
DIGISAT give a network internet service broadband for personal.
11. VoIP (Voice over IP)
We offer solution of communications services for your business over the public internet or Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN). Usually it used for teleconference, call center service, hot-line, toll free service, etc.