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LambdaNet Communications launches Lambda-Net-VIPNet, a high-speed VPN service based on IP/MPLS
Hanover, Germany (ots) - LambdaNet Communications, the European high-speed telecommunications network carrier, announces the launch of Lambda-Net-VIPNet, an IP/MPLS VPN (Virtual Private Network) service. Lambda-Net-VIPNet will enable telecommunications carriers, ISPs (Internet Service Providers), ASPs (Application Service Providers), content providers and large corporations to establish Europe-wide private IP networks. The service provides a routed IP-VPN (Layer 3 VPN) and allows any-to-any communication between a customer's connected sites. The customer benefits from flexible and scalable capacity from 2Mbit/s up to 1 Gbit/s.
This first-class service provides LambdaNet's customers with levels of security and data privacy comparable with those available with traditional ATM or Frame Relay services. In addition, Lambda-Net-VIPNet features flexible billing options - including usage-based billing, allowing the product to be tailored to customers' individual traffic profiles. The VPN services operate within an IP address space enabling the customer to use either public or private IP address space.
Typical applications cover the broadband connection of branch offices to a central office, interconnection of network islands of access (DSL/WLL), and connection of network operators up to a Europe-wide private IX point interconnection.
Lambda-Net-VIPNet is the second of LambdaNet's MPLS-based data communications services. One month ago LambdaNet launched its Lambda-Net-DataLink service, a high-speed layer 2 data transmission service for ATM, Frame Relay and Ethernet-based network.
"With Lambda-Net-VIPNet, LambdaNet is offering customers a further innovative data communications service with carrier-grade quality. This MPLS-based service affords operational reliability and is scalable to ensure a high degree of flexibility. MPLS-based VPN services will change the existing definition and applications of IP VPNs", comments Dr. Dieter Finke, CEO of LambdaNet Communications.
About LambdaNet Communications
LambdaNet Communications is a leading provider of network-based telecommunications services in Europe. Connecting a total of 62 cities and with a length of 22,000 kilometers, LambdaNet's fiber-optic network is one of the most powerful and extensive in Europe. The company's products and services range from transmission circuits and wavelengths to high capacity IP-services, plus co-location options at all its European data centers. LambdaNet Communications was formed in April 1999 by team of experienced telecommunications professionals and is now composed of 300 people in Europe. For more information, please visit the Web site at : http:/www.lambdanet.net
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Contacts: LambdaNet Communications Katharina Siebert Günther-Wagner-Allee 13 D-30177 Hannover Phone: +49 511/8488-1120 Fax : +49 511/8488-1129 E-Mail: Katharina.Siebert@lambdanet.net