PCCW Global is offering enterprise customers highly scalable and more reliable Global LAN/MAN/WAN Ethernet Solutions with widespread coverage in more than 70 nations.
A subsidiary of Hong Kong telecommunications provider, PCCW Limited, PCCW Global has enhanced its Global Ethernet solutions to this end.
PCCW Global serves the voice and data needs of multinational enterprises, as well as the operational requirements of service providers.
The company notes that its enhanced service links PCCW Global's global Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (SDH) platform delivering "Dedicated Ethernet" services with the globally deployed MPLS backbone infrastructure which delivers "Switched Ethernet".
PCCW Global's enhanced Ethernet solutions also leverage the advantages of synchronised interconnects with PCCW Global's worldwide Ethernet partners and its intelligent routing capabilities.
Increased business efficiency
Delivery of point-to-point, point-to-multipoint, and multipoint-to-multipoint Ethernet connections is easily possible through dedicated and Switched Ethernet, says the company.
Enterprise customers can use these solutions to enjoy increased business efficiency and operational productivity.
PCCW Global's enhanced solutions also guarantees full use of bandwidth and service pledges under service level agreements (SLA). Moreover, they offer greater flexibility in terms of scalability and enhanced feature options compared to legacy transport solutions.
"PCCW Global is making it our mission to extend network coverage and service availability for our customers worldwide and to satisfy the ever-growing demands for high quality and cost-effective international Ethernet connectivity," said Marc Halbfinger, PCCW Global's chief executive officer.
"To further PCCW Global's expertise in international connectivity, this enhancement has significantly improved our existing portfolio of global communications services. Enterprises can seamlessly and efficiently access their offices in different continents, as though they were located on the same LAN infrastructure."
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