Natcoweb - Our network
Network at a Glance
Our network architecture is based on core of redundant routers connected with rack access switches by redundant links. On the other side core routers are connected by multiple 10Gbit/s links to internet providers. BGP4 routing ensures speed and reliability for network traffic. Besides that Natcoweb network is protected by the sophisticated firewall and AntiDDoS solution.
In the United states, XO owns and operates one of the largest, fiber optics-based IP and Ethernet networks.
The core of the XO IP network is a mesh of multiple 10 Gigabit circuits, connecting XO network nodes, peering POPs and XO Data Centers nationwide. The XO IP backbone runs across its own intercity fiber facilities, supported by terabit-capable core routing platforms and high-capacity peering interconnections.
XO has built one of the industry’s largest and most technologically advanced networks: 20,000 route mile inter-city network and 85 major metropolitan markets across the U.S. and Canada. With a terabit-capable routing core, XO network provides the speed, capacity and flexibility.
Zayo, Inc. provides fiber optical connectivity solutions for business and carriers. Its private optical network delivers key network and IP services in and among 15 top U.S. metro markets and London.
Zayo's network is widely used in demanding markets such as financial services, media, health care, retail and government. Zayo's vision is to be the premier provider of fiber connectivity solutions for customers who desire a private, flexible and scalable transport infrastructure.
Cogent's worldwide Tier 1 optical IP network is one of the largest of its kind, with direct IP connectivity to more than 5,470 AS (Autonomous System) networks around the world and over 71,900 Gbps internetworking capacity. Cogent's network is IPv6 and MPLS enabled, providing state-of-the-art solutions for businesses.
Cogent has over 2,175 strategically located points of presence throughout North America, Europe and Asia. Its network stretches over 190 markets throughout 42 countries in North America, Europe and Asia, with over 55,000 route miles of long-haul fiber and over 28,000 miles of metropolitan fiber.