MORE BANDWIDTH FOR YOUR BUDGET
Electric Lightwave’s optical Wavelength Services can help you manage it all — from Big Data and mobile transactions to cloud computing and analytics—without compromising your budget. We deliver fully managed, private, point-to-point services over our own fiber-optic network using Dense Wave Division Multiplexing (DWDM) technology in a variety of increments, up to 100 Gbps.
Whether you need help with business continuity and disaster recovery, Ethernet transport and optical storage, or data center connectivity, our Wavelength Services can transform your network to prevent bottlenecks, maintain security and ramp up bottom-line performance.
Our Express Routes are the quickest path to improving business performance. You can rely on them to extend the benefits of our Wavelength Services with low-latency 10 Gbps and 100 Gbps dedicated backbone connectivity between key data centers in the Western U.S.
POWERFUL, LOW-LATENCY CONNECTIVITY
Lighten Your Load
Work with our experienced network design team to set up the best network for your business—and your budget. Then, rely on our Network Operations Center for 24 x 7 monitoring, network alarm fault management and surveillance.
Dense Wave Division Multiplexing (DWDM) technology provides scalable bandwidth options up to 100 Gbps.
99.999% network availability means low latency and fast transport over carrier-class equipment, all backed by service level agreements (SLAs) guaranteeing the highest reliability standards.
No Upfront Costs
Extend your backbone network with minimal cost—no upfront capital expenditures to weigh you down.
Pick Your Protocol
Choose from multiple protocols to carry your most valuable traffic, including: Ethernet, SONET and OTN.
Expand your bandwidth as needed in increments of 2.5 Gbps, 10 Gbps, 40 Gbps and 100 Gbps.
Expand Your Reach
Leverage our extensive metro fiber footprint for unique low latency routes where you need them.
Bolster business continuity and network performance requirements with path protection options for failover switching.