Virtual Sonnet Linx
Back haul for mobile or fixed networks.
Virtual Sonet Linx provides the same reliability as a self healing fiber ring. Providing two paths to each location. Great for school system networks, municipal networks and companies with multiple locations within the city.
Interconnectivity for mobile or fixed microcell networks.
The tower Linx product is designed to back haul traffic from WiFi hot spots or PCS towers to a central point of access.
Fiber extension for business or residential customers.
The Fiber Linx product allows a fiber network operator to cost effectively increase traffic onto the network by using Fiber Linx connections to aggregate traffic.
Retail telephony and data services for small and medium businesses.
CLECs can use the Business Linx product to build a mesh network bypassing carriers that don’t offer wholesale services.
Retail telphony and data services for Multi Family residential customers.
Personal Linx is designed to gather customers from muliple multi family locations into a central point reducing the cost of back haul services.
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