The VooServers network operates on a fully Cisco multi-gigabit network which provides enhanced routing, capacity and redundancy. Our network infrastructure is made up from multiple upstream providers utilising a number of network entry points to ensure high quality bandwidth and reduce the possibility of any downtime.
Primary Transit Providers:
|NTT Communications is the long-distance & international communications and ICT solution provider of NTT — the no.1 telecommunications company in the world (ranked 29th in the Fortune Global 500 list of 2012)|
|Atrato IP Networks is a leading provider of high quality IP transit, Carrier Services, Remote Peering and Managed Services. With a customer base comprising Telcos, ISPs and Hosting companies, Atrato IP Networks has developed it’s network to support these demanding, high traffic bussinesses well in advance of projected bandwidth growth.|
|Level 3 Communications® is an international communications company, headquartered in Broomfield, CO. They are one of only six Tier 1 Internet providers in the world. Ranked as one of the most connected Internet Service Providers (ISPs), their expanding assets have solidified their position as one of the largest IP transit networks in North America and Europe.|
|Hurricane Electric operates its own global IPv4 and IPv6 network and is considered the largest IPv6 backbone in the world as measured by number of networks connected. Within its global network, Hurricane Electric is connected to 52 major exchange points and exchanges traffic directly with more than 2,100 different networks.|
|Virgin Media, formerly TNT and Telewest, owns and operates its own fibre-optic cable network, the only national cable network in the United Kingdom. Virgin Media Business were also the first provider in the UK to be awarded a Public Services Network security accreditation in April 2011 and as such were awarded one of three places on the Government Procurement Service Managed Telecommunications Convergence Framework.|
|Megafon is the second largest network provider in Russia with over 63 million subscribers to it’s fixed and mobile broadband services. They are one of the only companies in Russia to to have launched it’s own network making them a key peering exchange for transit to Russia and the far east.|