FiberNet introduces Dynamic Hub services for private line networks
July 20, 2004 New York-- FiberNet Telecom Group, Inc., a provider of managed network services, today announced that it is introducing its Dynamic Hub services, a suite of private line aggregation and grooming solutions for its carrier customers that allow them to construct more flexible, scalable, and cost-effective networks.
July 20, 2004 New York-- FiberNet Telecom Group, Inc., a provider of managed network services, today announced that it is introducing its Dynamic Hub services, a suite of private line aggregation and grooming solutions for its carrier customers that allow them to construct more flexible, scalable, and cost-effective networks. The Dynamic Hub service allows customers to reserve a single aggregated high bandwidth OC-48, OC-12, OC-3, or DS-3 backhaul circuit on a central Dynamic Hub and have FiberNet groom it into multiple lower bandwidth endlink circuits for distribution through FiberNet's extensive network reach.
FiberNet's Dynamic Hubs have many aggregation and grooming applications. The Dynamic Hub is a flexible platform that provides customers with greater control over the configuration of their facilities, the mix of endlink speeds, and the timing of circuit activation. A customer can leverage a Dynamic Hub to purchase multiple low bandwidth circuits more cost effectively than it could by purchasing the same circuits individually. From one remote interface, a customer can interconnect with multiple customers and carrier partners, ensuring that it aggregates and backhauls traffic in the most efficient manner possible. And, with FiberNet's rapid provisioning intervals, Dynamic Hub customers can react quickly to changing market demands.
Dynamic Hub services are backed by the strong customer focus of FiberNet's provisioning, engineering, and project Management teams, who work with customers to design the most optimal solution for their networks. Dynamic Hub is also a fully managed service in which FiberNet utilizes its own multiplexing and demarcation equipment to distribute customer endlinks, saving them the capital expenditures and complications of deploying and maintaining their own equipment.
The Dynamic Hub is also a springboard that allows customers to leverage FiberNet's multiple product offerings, such as:
1) On-Net E-1, T-1, DS-3, and OC-n circuits in FiberNet's core metro markets;
2) E-1, T-1, DS-3, and OC-n circuits outside of FiberNet's core metro markets via the extended reach of the company's network solutions initiative;
3) T-1 and E-1 long haul service from New York to Los Angeles;
4) Transatlantic DS-3 and E-1 services from New York to London; and,
5) E-1/ T-1 conversion services.
"Entering new markets can be a formidable task for our carrier customers, but FiberNet's new Dynamic Hub aggregation, grooming, and distribution services make it easier for them by allowing our customers to make interconnections to multiple carriers quickly and cost effectively," said John P. Dowd, vice president of Business Development at FiberNet. "Providing competitively priced and rapidly provisioned Dynamic Hub services illustrates that FiberNet is at the forefront of delivering new, value-added services to our customers to facilitate their network service requirements."