Fiberail is a regional carrier’s carrier in Malaysia owning three fiber optic networks along a railroad and gas pipeline corridor. With an extensive fiber network in place, Fiberail provides the backbone infrastructure and ancillary services to telecommunications providers. Fiberail needed to transport a number of 10G links across its network in northern half of Malaysia, initially considering this as a Layer 1 upgrade to their existing network. However, Transmode worked with Fiberail to develop a Layer 2 approach that would be more cost efficient and would provide the greatest value to Fiberail.
COMLINK is a leading provider of cloud, hosting, storage, colocation, data and transport services. When one of COMLINK’s wholesale customers, a large service provider, required high capacity connectivity in a significant section of the network, COMLINK needed to expand the capacity of its own network in order to fulfill this requirement – and time was short. COMLINK selected Transmode’s Metro/Regional 100G solution for their expansion into the high capacity 100G market. The solution was smoothly installed and put into service within less than one month and proves Transmode’s capabilities as a vendor of metro optimized 100G networks.
Hutchison Global Communications Limited (HGC), a fixed-line operator in Hong Kong. HGC needed to build a highly efficient, flexible and scalable optical telecommunications infrastructure with low latency to provide on-going reliable high-speed services and support its financial, corporate trading customers and international carriers. Infinera’s innovative network design provided a dramatic capacity increase over the same network infrastructure with an increased level of control, significantly lower power consumption and ultra-low latency.
In 2012, UK carrier and communications provider Surf Telecoms implemented a long-term plan to increase the capacity of its optical fiber network to meet with increasing bandwidth demand from customers. In addition to the need for more capacity, the company planned to extend the network to support predicted traffic growth from new and existing customers nationally. The new network infrastructure provided by Transmode immediately provided Surf Telecoms with increased capacity on its existing optical network as well as a strong network management platform for both the existing and additional network.
Virgin Media Business is the UK’s only telecommunications service provider with a nationwide fiber-optic Next Generation Network. It already had a strong product portfolio that included its market leading Ethernet services, however in order to deliver its increasingly popular High Capacity Services (HCS), Virgin Media Business needed a product that would support its customers’ increasing need for low latency connectivity. Transmode’s solution enables Virgin Media Business networks to support multiple applications over a single network. The opportunity of offering high speed services with low latency means that Virgin Media Business can continue to support the ongoing changes within enterprise computing and its customers can focus on low latency when reviewing their networking requirements.
Focused on delivering top notch IT infrastructure, California based Net2EZ runs several datacenters across the United States. Leading content networks, enterprises, and communications service providers rely on the company for uninterrupted operation to support their mission critical applications. Net2EZ’s rapidly growing network called for an improved set of diagnostic and management tools in order to compete with emerging technology and equipment. The Transmode solution immediately provided Net2EZ with strong network management capabilities, was 40% less expensive than the previous solution, and will also improve Net2EZ’s ability to penetrate new markets.
Tucson Electric Power Company (TEP) needed to upgrade its mission-critical optical network and increase capacity in order to maintain and improve service delivery to its customers. By deploying a networking solution from Transmode that meets its current needs and is flexible enough to meet its future expansion plans, TEP has minimized its investment in capital expenditure and on-going operational costs.