Globe surpasses 100Gbps IP port capacity

25 Feb

As Globe pursues its network optimization and capacity build up, large corporations and enterprises served by Globe Business stand to benefit, as well as over a million Globe broadband subscribers nationwide. The huge capacity allows faster internet access and higher bandwidth availability.

Providing reliable internet connectivity to enterprise customers, Globe Business brings the best and diverse routes to enable borderless communication and access to information. The Internet Protocol (IP) infrastructure of Globe is linked to multiple peers both globally and locally making sure that enterprises experience the best route to access content and reach destinations across the internet. Globe Business assures customers of business continuity and seamless flow of traffic anywhere in the Philippines and beyond.

To support more than 100Gbps IP port capacity, Globe made critical investments in multiple submarine cable systems that guarantee reliability and traffic fluidity in the network. Serving enterprise customers are Unity Cable System, Tata Global Network-Intra Asia Cable System, TGN-Pacific Cable, Asia Pacific Cable Network 2, and City to City Cable Network System, among others. Globe also invested in the new Southeast Asia-Japan Cable System for increased cable diversity. All these enable cost-effective and resilient connectivity to other countries and other international submarine cable systems.

“We have the capacity and connectivity where it matters. Our aim is to continuously provide better customer experience and remain responsive to the evolving needs of large enterprises so we give them the best that the market can offer today,” said Jesus C. Romero, Head of Enterprise Segments at Globe Business.

The large port capacity enables Globe to also support the rapid growth in the broadband market. Experiencing an upsurge in internet traffic today which is expected to continue in the near future, the demand for video, peer-to-peer services, and other high-capacity content delivered over the web would require a consistently reliable network. Enterprise customers also run more complex applications such as web/email/messaging/voice (VoIP) services, file transfer via web/P2P, inter-office/branch connections via IP (VPN), social networking and media streaming, which are critical to their business operations. Globe continues to build its capacity to serve the growing needs of its customers through reliable and quality internet service.

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Posted by on February 25, 2011 in Globe Telecom


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