Biznet Launches High Speed Services Based on Nortel Solutions
New Metro Services Speed Delivery of Bandwidth-Hungry Business Applications
NOVEMBER 16, 2005
JAKARTA, Indonesia - Biznet **, Indonesiaís premium ISP and data center provider, has launched new metropolitan services, based on Nortel* [NYSE/TSX: NT] optical Ethernet technology to meet corporate customer demand for high-performance, high-bandwidth business applications.
Nortelís Indonesia distributor, PT Harvest Perdana Kompakindo and its reseller PT Adi Multi Kreasi, deployed the system which has also been integrated with Biznetís existing IP service offerings.
ďEthernet technology has been widely used in corporate LANs for many years and Biznet is now taking that technology to the next level by extending Ethernet functionality beyond the LAN to deliver bandwidth-hungry applications across metro Jakarta,Ē said Adi Kusma, President Director, Biznet. ďThe highly secure, robust and reliable connectivity of Nortelís Metro Ethernet solution provides a perfect fit with the capability of our fiber optic metro network to deliver last-mile access from 1 Mbps to 1 Gbps at an affordable price.Ē
ďBiznet now has a fast, reliable and efficient technology to break the bandwidth bottleneck between customer LANs and metropolitan Optical Ethernet to deliver todayís high-bandwidth business-critical applications,Ē said Terence Yap, managing director, Indonesia, Nortel. ďThese next generation Ethernet-based services will become an important driver in the growth of Biznetís comprehensive network services portfolio.Ē
The new Biznet services include MetroNET **, a bundled local loop and Internet access service at speeds up to 2 Mbps, and MetroWAN, a local loop service for interconnecting multiple locations across Jakartaís main business district. The services use Nortelís Ethernet Routing Switch 8600 to provide guaranteed bandwidth service levels, secure services with customer demarcation on a shared uplink, and Quality of Service (QoS) for triple-play applications such as voice, video and data.
Nortelís Ethernet Routing Switch 8600 delivers high-density, high-performance Layer 2-7 switching, routing and traffic classification. More than 35,000 units and 187,000 service cards have been shipped to service provider and enterprise customers around the world.
Biznet is one of the leading Network Access Provider in Indonesia delivering Carrier Grade Metro Ethernet services, Internet related services and Data Center facilities that works with businesses whose daily operations rely on premium connectivity, providing Fiber Optic network access, complete range of cutting-edge wired and wireless Internet related services, including disaster recovery facility and managed services under a secure and monitored environment to deliver an around-the-clock availability of IT mission critical operations. Biznet aims to be the dominant provider of Metro Ethernet Services and expects a considerable portion of the newly established world wide market to be driven by ever increasing bandwidth demand, capitalizing on the need of seamless communication. More information can be found at www.biz.net.id** or direct at www.biz.net.id/metro**.
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