IP Transit

The network of IP Transit has been built from scratch and is designed for the lowest latencies, fewest hops, reliability and stable round trip times. IP Transit Networks provide a Multihomed IP-transit service providing the best route selection for your destination to the Internet with built-in redundancy and fault tolerance, offering carrier-grade service to telecom operators, Internet service providers (ISP), Application Service Providers (ASP), content players, and other users demanding high-quality performance and connectivity into the Internet backbone and major eyeball networks. You are looking for robust IP Transit services that provide speed, rock-solid dependability, flexibility and route efficiency through our pure IP fiber backbone, that we can provide with an IP address allocation or as a BGP feed. As IP Transit Networks are designed to stay ahead of bandwidth requirements resulting from the projected growth in global IP traffic, we are ready to meet your current capacity needs and grow with your business as traffic increases, by offering low latency connectivity that scales. IP Transit offers guaranteed performance levels in critical areas such as throughput, packet loss and latency with 100% availability. All this supported with industry leading SLA's.


Whether you have designed the next online application and need the reach to make it available to the world or you want to deliver mission critical applications to a geographically disparate workforce, IP Transit's CDN will get the job done every time. If you have a propietary online application or you are using an open source solution to enable collaboration, you need to control the data and you must ensure application availability. IP Transit's Application CDN solutions offer turn key solutions where you are the key holder. A level of security some call paranoid, but we consider standard. IP Transit powers your global reach securely. As each scenario has unique charachteristics, contact us for a quote and more extensive specs.


Peering Moves Transit Traffic to a Lower Cost (and More Direct) Peering Path There are several methods of peering interconnections. Most common is "Public Peering" which refers to an ISP interconnection across a shared fabric. This is typically done in a location where ISPs collocate routers. The other type of peering is called "Private Peering” and refers to the direct point-to-point interconnection. Private peering is increasingly popular at exchange points and consists of a fiber or copper cross connect Private peering is also accomplished using point-to-point circuits.

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