BringCom’s Ethernet Services, known as Carrier Ethernet Services, provide high performance connectivity solutions for your business applications domestically or internationally. Ethernet is a trusted standards-based technology that is scalable up to 100 Gbps with committed bandwidth guarantees and burstable ports to meet sudden increases in data requirements. BringCom is a member of MEF, the defining body for Carrier Ethernet. The company has completed E-Access and E-Line MEF certification in East Africa (Djibouti, Kenya and Uganda).
Business Services: an end-to-end service
In a Carrier Ethernet network, data is transported across Point-to-Point, Point-to-Multipoint and Multipoint-to-Multipoint Ethernet Virtual Connections (EVCs). These two configurations are simple and reliable to implement and manage. Each EVC transports data in the form of Carrier Ethernet Service Frames from User Network Interface (UNI) to UNI. The UNI is defined as the physical demarcation point between the responsibility of BringCom, your Service Provider and your responsibility, the customer.
- Our Point-to-Point EVC provides dedicated, secure connectivity between two sites. This service is best for interconnecting datacenters, datacenter backup and disaster recovery with the ability to seamlessly support large data transfers between locations with low-latency and high-throughput.
- Our Point-to-Multipoint EVC connects multiple sites together, allowing you to extend your Local Area Network (LAN) to branch offices and partners around the globe. Multipoint Ethernet is implemented via a Hub-and-Spoke site-to-site Wide Area Network (WAN) topology, providing multiple virtual LANs (VLANs) over a single UNI or by supplying multiple VLANs between two points. One physical site act as a Hub (example, main office), while other physical sites (example, office branches) act as spokes. The remote sites link to a central location while being separated from one another to guarantee confidentiality.
BringCom offers different service types as defined by MEF, the defining body for Carrier Ethernet:
- Ethernet Private Line (EPL)
- Ethernet Virtual Private Line (EVPL)
- Ethernet Internet Access
- Multipoint L2 VPNs
- Transparent LAN Service
- Multicast Networks
- Rooted Multi-Point L2 VPNs
- Traffic Segregation
- EP-Tree, EVP-Tree
E-Access and E-Transit are two types of Carrier Ethernet wholesale services to enable wholesale service provider interconnections at the External Network to Network Interface (ENNI). ENNI is defined as the physical demarcation point between two interconnecting service providers.
- Wholesale Access Services
- Access EPL
- Access EVPL
- Wholesale Transit Services
- Transit E-Line
- Transit E-LAN
- Point-to-Point, Point-to-Multipoint and Multipoint-to-Multipoint configurations
- Ethernet Virtual Circuits (EVCs)
- Ability to combine multiple traffic types and protocols on a single connection
- External Network to Network Interfaces (ENNIs) with regional partner networks for seamless last mile coverage
- Flexible bandwidth
- Service Level Agreements (SLAs)
- VLAN tagging
- Ethernet Interface speeds:
- 10 Megabit Ethernet
- 100 Megabit Ethernet (FastE)
- Gigabit Ethernet (GigE)
- 10 Gigabit Ethernet (10 GigE)
- 100 Gigabit Ethernet (100 GigE)
- Performance reports
To assist you in choosing which Carrier Ethernet Service type is best suited to your business needs, please contact us.