Integra Telecom Inc. on Monday launched wavelength services for metro and long-haul private networking.
Wavelength works best for customers who need high-bandwidth, dedicated network transport among facilities. Integra is selling the product through channel partners, and their ideal targets for wavelength are multilocation businesses such as health-care facilities and financial firms. Such users require high-speed, point-to-point network connectivity up to 10gbps among offices, data centers or disaster recovery facilities, which wavelength provides.
“Businesses today must store, manage and transport larger volumes of data than ever before,” said Mike Kozlowski, Integra’s director of product management for transport and data services. “Our customers want assurances that their connections are secure and expertly managed, with ample capacity to support their growing network requirements.”
Integra’s wavelength service includes around-the-clock private network monitoring, and built-in low latency over Integra’s equipment and network infrastructure.