Network Peering / Internet Peering

Network Peering (or Internet Peering and ISP Peering) allows your business to have faster connectivity. Global ITN provides network peering services, creating an interconnected internet service which provides you with increased internet redundancy, capacity, and control.

Internet peering can be defined as the reciprocal sharing of internet transit facilities between two companies that do not have any conflict of interest between their businesses. In essence, we, as a professional service provider, will handle the complete process on your company’s behalf. Firstly, we do this by allotting professionally trained and dedicated service engineers and internet experts to address your requirements. We will then respond to further demands as and when they arise. Above all, the benefit of peering services is the possibility of significantly reducing transit costs without impacting on the user experience or the speed required to run the essential functions and applications.

Peering enables a business to run as usual with reduced cost. Peering also gives you better control over your company’s routing strategy that can be modified or customised as per the specific data level requirements powered by smart internet transit. Hence, peering as a technology solution simultaneously answers the concerns over demand, performance and optimising cost as well as resources.

Global ITN is a credible provider of internet peering services. In fact, we make the process of managing internet costs simpler for you. Therefore, Global ITN’s experience in implementing various networking and internet services would enhance your company’s value through better productivity.

Network Peering
What Global ITN offers:

  • Increased routing control over your network traffic.
  • Improved performances with direct paths to destination networks.
  • Optimised bandwidth load between two distinct networks.
  • Neutral layer 2 peering point.
  • IPv4 and IPv6.
  • 1 Gigabit Ethernet to 10 Gigabit Ethernet.
  • Online peering and traffic management tools.
  • Private peering VLANs.
  • Low latency high-speed internet connectivity.