IP Transit

Direct connection to the Data Center (IP Transit)

For our clients and provider, we offer global IP connections in our Data Center. IP Transit is with, and without, BGP possible.

High speed thanks to glass fiber

IP Transit includes high-performance networks, which will provide in the future extremely high transmission speeds. Existing fiber optic networks can be rapidly expanded purpose.

We achieve extremely fast and reliable connection through the simultaneous Connection of our multiple redundant IP backbone to leading carrier networks. Disturbances of a single carrier network automatically by another Carrier network balanced.

The IP Transit offers

  • Bandwidths of up to 1000 Mbps
  • SLA with guaranteed availability of 99.9%
  • 7x24h fault assumption
  • Unlimited Traffic
  • Simple and clear invoiceing
  • Secure data transfer
  • Bandwidth adjustment within 24h
  • Access to Statistics
  • Use of redundant, fault-performantem Network and Routing Equipment
  • All services under one roof
  • up to 10 Gbp/s

Pricelist

 100 Mbps1000 Mbps
Monthly costs (CHF)400.00700.00
Setup fee (CHF)450.00450.00
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Guaranteed bandwidthincl.incl.
BGPincl.incl.
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Additional options

 
own IP addresses (IP Space) on request
own AS number on request
BGP planning on request
On-site installation on request

Bandwidth as desired

 
Is the desired bandwidth not listed? No problem, we are pleased to offer you a bandwidth as you like.

all prices exclude VAT
 

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CH-6331 Hünenberg

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