PIX

PIX

PIX is your direct connection to the world’s top exchange points for higher speed connections and reduced Internet bandwidth use.

After acquiring an IX (Internet Exchange) connection in Ascenty’s PIX (Interconnection Exchange Point), your company will have a direct connection to the networks of the main Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and companies with AS (Autonomous System), facilitating the exchange and traffic of information.

Ascenty’s IX connection rounds up connectivity services across the entire Metropolitan Region of São Paulo (Greater São Paulo) and Fortaleza.

LAST MILE

LAST MILE

Eliminate the latency, connectivity, and availability problems caused by the distance between your company and large urban centers. With Ascenty’s infrastructure, your connection possibilities go further.

Last Mile was developed by Ascenty and allows the services provided by the operators to reach those customers who are not yet on the network because of their geographical position. A highly qualified business team, 100% focused on carriers, works to create fast and stable connections without bureaucratic obstacles, promoting local infrastructure, reducing costs and gaining network scalability to meet the specific needs of each client.

CROSS CONNECT

CROSS CONNECT

Cross Connect is Ascenty’s solution that creates direct connection between different environments within the same Data Center, ensuring high performance, greater reliability, low latency and greater control over your company’s network.

With Cross Connect, you can connect to other service providers hosted in the Data Center, telecom carriers and/or cloud computing providers directly in your IT environment. Take advantage of the cost benefits and connection redundancy that Cross Connect offers.

IP LINK

IP LINK

In a highly competitive market, even the smallest of bumps can cause massive damages to companies’ reputations, productivity and business activities. Steer clear of downtime.

Ascenty’s IP Link solution guarantees 100% connectivity and high service availability. Telecom carriers are integrated to Ascenty’s physical structure, boosting the supply of connectivity through IP redundancy. If one of the carriers present in the Ascenty backbone becomes unavailable, all data is transmitted by another carrier, automatically and immediately, ensuring fast and uninterrupted services for your business.

DWDM

DWDM

Share data based on your latency and availability needs. Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) is a high-speed network solution with an outstanding cost-benefit ratio to enhance your company’s network interconnection capacity. On it, all data communication is processed through the same fiber optic, providing flexibility for an agile expansion.

Ascenty’s DWDM solution can interconnect all network points without using any middlemen. These networks are also fully redundant and provide low-latency connections, which allows transporting all file types and replicating data in a synchronized manner.

MPLS

MPLS

Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) is the ideal multipoint solution for transmitting and sharing data applications securely and with high capacity.

Through its SLA-backed MPLS tool, Ascenty delivers stability and high performance, transmitting strategic information at the speed your company needs. Application traffic is backed by service level agreements, crossing geographical boundaries and the company’s facilities for maximum performance.

LAN TO LAN

LAN TO LAN

Ascenty’s Lan to Lan solution allows your company to use a private network to connect different points of the business – such as headquarters and branch offices, for example. With this, employees and collaborators will be able to securely, quickly and directly access the information they need for their tasks, with an enormous gain in productivity.

Ascenty offers professional support and assistance to set up the solution, featuring a dedicated and specialized team committed to delivering efficient and high-quality service to clients.

Vianet Telecom

Due to its accelerated growth, Vianet Telecom started having issues with its internal infrastructure, and so it started looking for a data center to migrate its environment. The key requirement is that it should focus on the company’s core business: telecom solutions.