We've built our network from the ground up to ensure the highest level of performance and accessibility. We offer our customers the absolute best in scalability, security and the ability to keep up with the accelerating bandwidth demands of Internet media.
We know how much an hour of network activity is worth, how important it is to keep our client's networks running. Our network is built and designed on a fully redundant system with a full inventory of spare components on hand in our facilities. N+1+S (Device + Online Redundant Device + Spare Device in Box) goes beyond the industry standard to deliver an extraordinary level of peace of mind, helping our customers sleep at night.
In essence, ONTAP is Internet-to-the Business, but at much higher performance levels than are achievable by consumer focused Internet services such as DSL and cable modems. Because of the underlying physical characteristics of fiber optics, the ONTAP product provides substantially higher speeds, lower latency, and service guarantees when compared to "consumer-grade" copper or cable-based networking solutions.
Network performance levels are substantially driven by how deeply fiber has been driven into the network. The Phyber network is strategically designed for Direct Routing, providing you with a faster network.
ONTAP features guaranteed availability of 99.9%, equivalent to less than 8:45 hours of down time per year—far less than conventional industry standards—and a maximum response time for outages of 4 hours. This guaranteed availability in Phyber's service level agreement (SLA) covers the entire network, as opposed to competitor SLAs that either do not offer a guarantee or only cover the point of presence (POP).
Phyber provides point-to-point and point-to-multipoint high speed networking services. We lease infrastructure and operate facilities linking customer locations with our high-speed network. Typical speeds range from 5 Mbps — 1 Gbps, though we can provide capacity as high as 10 Gbps.
Speed: Up to 10 Mbps
Distance: Up to 15,000 ft. from the Central Office
Speed: Up to 12 Mbps
Speed: 10 Mbps — 10 Gbps
A major concern for organizations is to have private, secure, and reliable network communications. Today you can connect offices through a private line, which utilizes Multi Protocol Label Switching (MPLS). Using our MPLS, unique user groups can be built to establish a private network; data cannot be captured or accessed by anyone outside of the defined locations. No special hardware or encryption is needed, giving you less overhead and faster performance across the network.
What is Dark Fiber?
As an organization out grows a single location the need arises to connect them using a fast, secure, and scalable network. Dark Fiber is the answer. It is a private self-managed link between two or more locations.
Dark Fiber is fiber optics that you control. You choose what equipment to connect and what services you would like to run. You can bypass traditional carriers and have complete control of your network. Just as you control the connectivity and network that runs through out your building so should you control the lines that connect between multiple locations.
Speed: Up to and over 100 Gbps
What is wireless?
Wireless is point-to-point connectivity utilizing narrow-beam microwave or laser signals. It provides a simple solution as an alternative to traditional carrier circuits and when installation speed is of the essence.
Additionally our customers typically use wireless while waiting for fiber to be installed. Once fiber has been installed the wireless serves as a redundant network link providing the highest availability for critical installations.
Speed: 10 Mbps — 10 Gbps
Distance: Up to five miles line of sight
Our service offerings provide for the flexibility, speed, and reliability that your organization requires. The chart below shows the comparison between our varied services. Click on the offering name to pull up more details on each service.
|Services offering||Distance over 15,000 Feet||Speed up to
|Optional Voice Services||Direct Access to Fiber|