NEW YORK Jan. 17, 2011
These improvements, which are available immediately, include:
- Expanded bandwidth option for network connections that will allow wholesale customers to stay ahead of their users’ ever-increasing demand for bandwidth.
- The ability to combine both point-to-point and multipoint-to-multipoint virtual connections across a single network interface.
- The opportunity to specify a unique virtual circuit prior to ordering, allowing customers to pre-configure their premises equipment and speed up the process.
- New interface options with the inclusion of single mode or multimode fiber, in addition to the existing electrical interface.
- The option to provision network transport over a synchronous optical network (SONET) so customers gain the power and flexibility of TLS with the redundancy and reliability of SONET.
With an unmatched fiber footprint in its TLS service areas and with TLS providing greater scalability than traditional services, Verizon offers wholesale customers simplified connections between customer locations that are geographically dispersed and the ability to update services in bandwidth increments ranging from 1 Mpbs (megabits per second) to a full gigabit.
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