Datec Next Generation Network is suitable for very high speed Dedicated Internet Access, Metro Area Ethernet, Cloud Computing, Disaster Recovery and many other advanced online services.
To access Datec-NGN services it is necessary to connect your location to the closest Datec-NGN access point. This connection we call the Access Network and it is installed, maintained and administered by our excellently trained ISP Field Technicians and Access Network Engineers many customers are familiar with.
After selecting the services you would like and ascertaining your bandwidth and relibility needs then select the type of last mile connection you require from the Access Network options. The most common connection for homes or small businesses is our AN-NBM5 Access Network type and the most common option for business is our ANRRR-NBM5 redundant link option.
For high reliability connectivity Datec-NGN has a “RRR” Network Guarantee option. Choose a dual link Access Network “RRR” option for reliability, resiliency, redundancy and peace of mind. For organisations requiring reliaility or multiple services the most common option is our ANRRR-NBM5 Access Network type.
A typical Datec-NGN Point Of Presence
Many CIO, CTO and other Senior Technologists are interested to understand the access network from the perspective of our points of presence.
We operate multiple point to multipoint (PtMP) sector radios and multiple dedicated point to point (PtP) sector radios for client access at various mountain-top towers and building roofs about the country. Each of these major points of presence are interconnected always by two or more backhaul microwave or laser high bandwidth links.
Each PtMP sector radio supports MIMO technologies for near line of sight access and interference mitigation and time division multiple access (TDMA) multiplexing. The specific benefits of these technologies are beyond the scope of this document but the practice benefit is granular control over individual client access to the shared sector bandwidth and contention prioritization/control. Our MPLS core allows for various QoS/CoS SLA metrics to be applied and guaranteed about our network.
We set TDMA priority and contention by client classification within each sector bandwidth to allow a suitable committed information rate to be applied to each customer service type as appropriate providing suitable access network bandwidth is available of course. If you would like some more detailed information or a visit to our network operations center (NOC) please ask.
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