With redundant Internet connectivity at two of our data centre locations, offered via two independent upstream providers, we provide our customers with a fast and highly reliable Internet service.
Our network is built on 100% Cisco router and switching technology and utilises Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) technology which enables us to manage traffic flow across our network and provide Quality of Service (QoS) to our customers. This means that our customers have more control over their bandwidth resources and can manage them more efficiently, thereby improving user performance and reducing cost.
With more than 40 carrier interconnections terminated at our points of presence in six cities across Australia, GCOMM provides access to a broad range of ‘last mile’ connectivity options that vary in speed, contention and price, including ADSL/ADSL2+, NBN, Ethernet over Copper, Wireless 3G and Fibre.
Strength in numbers. We have 9 aggregated telecommunication points of presence (PoP) across Australia.
Robust core network. An intra-data centre broadband grid ensures low latency and multiple access paths in the event of a link outage.
International telecommunication access. Our network PoPs are strategically located at prime international access points making it simple for your business to connect to international broadband services.
Leading router and switch infrastructure. Built on hot swap Cisco ASR routers and aggregated service provider switches, our core network is leading-edge technology.
Redundancy. We have multihomed, redundant Internet connectivity to ensure high network availability.
Geographic footprint. We provide nationwide coverage from coast to coast.
Carrier diversity. Our PoPs are connected via multiple, diverse path carrier services ensuring reliable broadband connectivity for your business.
Superior Quality of Service. Our network is 100% Cisco enabled and utilises MPLS technology to deliver different levels of Quality of Service (QoS).
Range of options. For the last mile, we provide a number of different access options that vary in price, contention and speed, including ADSL/ADSL2+, Wireless, E1 services, Ethernet and ATM services.