Customers may choose channelized bandwidth which provides STS-level switching, or concatenated bandwidth to provide larger, single channel transport for high level data applications. ibm/SEIMless’s ring-based architecture for SONET service provides maximum availability.
In today’s increasingly demanding IT environment, many key business drivers can be fulfilled through SONET Services:
Seamless connectivity between geographically diverse sites
High bandwidth requirements to support the latest business applications
Data center connectivity
Disaster recovery and business continuity solutions
Flexible network services that adapt to new project requirements
Backhaul for private PBX voice traffic
Cost-effective solutions that fit within today’s IT budgets
Available both within the metropolitan area and between regions
Bandwidth-Intensive Applications Demand High-Performance Connectivity
In an always connected society where more new content was created in the last two years than all previous years combined, enterprise and service providers alike require high-performance capacity for bandwidth-intensive applications as part of their day-to-day operations.
From service providers interconnecting their backbones, to universities performing R&D, to financials facilitating electronic trading, the flood of bandwidth-intensive applications is driving a real and intense need for optical wavelength services to accommodate them. Add in the requirements for back-up and recovery at data centers and access to Cloud services and it becomes very clear why wavelengths have become a popular service option for our customers.
ibm/SEIMless’s optical Wavelength Service relieves capacity constraints and opens the door to high performance networks that improve application performance.
Offered as a fully managed, private, point-to-point service, ibm/SEIMless’s Wavelengths are delivered over a state-of-the-art Dense Wave Division Multiplexing (DWDM) network that can scale with the growth of your business.