FiberLight LLC on Friday introduced its dedicated IP platform solely for enterprise and government users in 21 U.S. markets.
The operators dedicated IP service comes with flow control, denial of service mitigation and scalable network architecture, and is available for sale through FiberLights agent channel. Dedicated IP service means enterprises and government customers will be able to cut down on the congestion and threats because they wont be sharing the same network as Web companies and service providers.
Not only does FiberLight have the capacity in its network equipment to avoid oversubscription, but in terms of its fiber assets, we are able to provide the highest level of quality, security and scalability needed,” said Ben Edmond, FiberLights sales and marketing chief, in a press release.
FiberLight, which specializes in Ethernet, wavelengths and IP, SONET and dark fiber optical transport, has installed Juniper Networks routers to bring its dedicated Internet service to life. FiberLight also worked with IBM Corp. to engineer the overall network, whose speeds range from 10mbps to 10gbps.
Based in Georgia, FiberLight runs a 500,000 fiber-mile network in almost two dozen metro areas including Georgia, Florida, Maryland, Texas, Virginia and Washington, D.C.