Internode IBC private internet protocol networks New Zealand extension

Monday, 12 April, 2010



Internode has extended the coverage of its Internode Business Connect (IBC) private internet protocol networks to New Zealand. IBC can be used to provide a private IP network that connects businesses with offices throughout Australia - and now New Zealand - as if they were on a purely internal network.

The benefits of IBC include dedicated interoffice capacity of the network links, greater application awareness and guaranteed security by not exposing IBC-contained data to the public internet.

The company is offering multi protocol label switching (MPLS) private IP ADSL services in New Zealand with dedicated backhaul to Sydney from an Internode point of presence in Auckland. The company has partnered with NZ broadband provider Orcon, which provides national ADSL services, primarily delivered via Telecom New Zealand DSLAMs. The IBC ADSL New Zealand service will offer speeds of 16 MBps downstream and 1 Mbps upstream.

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