Key Strengths of Subisu
Subisu operates a global native Ethernet network that employs Virtual Private LAN Service (VPLS), Virtual Routing and Forwarding (VRF) over a Multi-protocol Label Switching (MPLS) platforms. Subisu network represents a best-of-breed network architecture that provides the security, low-latency, low-jitter and cost- effectiveness of Ethernet with the resiliency and quality of service (QoS) features of MPLS. At the physical layer, Subisu applies a metro fiber route mile infrastructure over which it offers Ethernet services at speeds up to 100 Gbps.
All Subisu services are delivered with standard Ethernet interface and do not require additional network hardware and this makes us cost effective. Subisu’s services include networking, equipment, provisioning, maintenance, real-time performance monitoring, and troubleshooting. The highest levels of performance are guaranteed through Subisu’s industry- leading Service Level Agreements.
Subisu services features
Security : Private and secure WAN services ensured with VLAN tags (IEEE 802.1Q), QinQ, MPLS L2VPN, VPLS and L3VPNs, Traffic Engineering and quality of service.
Resiliency : Physical diversity and ring network topologies to eliminate single points of failures for a “bullet-proof” network infrastructure.
High Availability : Provided with “no over- subscription” policy coupled with EAPS and MPLS network protection technologies like “Fast re-route (FRR) and “Link Protection”.
High Speed : Native, switched Ethernet is less process-intensive than routed TCP/IP and offers significant latency advantage. MPLS being the backbone, label switching is one of the fastest methods of data forwarding.
Scalability : Subisu offers network speeds ranging from 1 Mbps to 100 Gbps in 1 Mbps increments.
Flexibility : Wide-area services through point-to-point, point-to-multipoint, or multipoint-to-multipoint configurations.
Ethernet-over-anything : Subisu setup is access-agnostic, providing fully managed Ethernet services over fiber, copper (E1, DS3) and standard in-building wiring with its ExpressReach access feature.
Protocol-agnostic : RSVP signaling over MPLS. For MPLS L2 VPN, customers can run their own routing protocols whereas for MPLS L3VPN, Subisu and customers decide as per customer requirements.
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