Integra Telecom introduces 60-Mbps ethernet over copper symmetrical access
Nov 15, 2012 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) --
Integra Telecom Inc., a provider of fiber-based, carrier-grade networking, communications and technology solutions, has announced the availability of 60 megabit-per-second, or Mbps, ethernet over copper, or EoC, symmetrical access throughout its network footprint.
EoC access supports enterprise-grade communications, networking and cloud services with secure and cost-efficient high bandwidth via Integra's owned and managed network, the company said.
Integra's EoC services enable network traffic management and scalable high-bandwidth. Services such as IP/MPLS VPN solutions, ethernet services, high bandwidth internet, SIP solutions and hosted voice services can be delivered via carrier-grade ethernet, allowing businesses to prioritize and manage complex network traffic while ensuring Class of Service and Quality of Service, even at peak traffic loads.
"As Integra continues to optimize its product portfolio to serve today's enterprise businesses, our investment in diversifying the reach and performance of our network is a key priority," said Mike Kozlowski, director of product management for transport and data. "Integra's ability to deliver high bandwidth Ethernet via fiber or copper gives us an advantageous position in delivering managed services and network solutions that meet the needs of enterprises and multi-location customers. Our expanding Ethernet reach also enables our wholesale partners to deliver connectivity to their end customers with office locations in our region."
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