September 30, 2016 – Bell continues to expand its Wavelength service with the recent launch of a new management option that provides Wavelength services with one managed end and one end unmanaged.
There are a number of scenarios in which a managed service may be preferable, at one or both ends of the circuit, including:
- Interconnecting storage applications between remote data centres
- Networking mainframes between long-distance locations and data centres
- Establishing low-latency routes for financial trading exchanges
- Transporting uncompressed video in real time
- Adding capacity to transport native fibre channel traffic in a SAN
The benefits of choosing a managed service at one or both end of the circuit include access to the network expertise of an experienced third party, minimized downtime due to guaranteed service levels, and capital and operational savings through the reduced need for facility and network management.
About Wavelength service from Bell
With Wavelength service from Bell, you can offer your customers a reliable, secure fibre-optic network for the transport of voice, data and video across Canada and to and from key cross-border U.S. cities. Our scalable solution is the first point-to-point connectivity solution in Canada to offer symmetrical speeds up to 100 Gbps, making it an ideal solution for data-intensive applications.
By leveraging our advanced protocols, you can cost-effectively run multiple applications on a single wavelength. The Bell Wholesale Wavelength service gives you the flexibility and control you need to define your own network protection levels.
Bell Canada– the largest communications company in Canada, provides national and international clients industry-leading voice, broadband and IP wholesale solutions into and across Canada and from key points in the United States.
For more information, contact us today.