Interconnection

Connecting to One Marketplace is done through a Network-to-Network Interconnection (NNI), which provides companies the ability to seamlessly expand their network capabilities by taking advantage of near-ubiquitous access to national, regional, local, or metro networks. This interconnection can be TDM or Ethernet-based, or made via Global Capacity’s unique multi-service interconnect named One Hub. All of our interconnections can be supported as a direct connection available for One Marketplace participants co-located within the same Points of Presence (PoPs), or through an extended connection that incorporates network service from Global Capacity’s PoP to your PoP facility and extends reach and connectivity from One Marketplace to any data center, carrier PoP, or large commercial building.

One Hub Interconnect

Global Capacity’s industry-leading network interconnection to One Marketplace, One Hub, leverages a combination of advanced Global Capacity, Cisco, Overture and Telco Systems technology to offer customers the flexibility of procuring both Ethernet and TDM-based access services over one Ethernet interconnection.

Global Capacity’s One Hub interconnection to One Marketplace enables customers to evolve to next-generation networks in the most cost-effective and efficient manner. One Hub offers customers ENNIs that connect to over 3,000,000 addresses in the U.S. with Ethernet services.

One Marketplace Interconnect

 Bandwidth availability for interconnections on Ethernet and One Hub NNIs are 1 Gig and 10 Gig.

Bandwidth availability for interconnections on TDM are: DS3, OC-3, OC-12, OC-48, OC-192.

Once connected, One Marketplace network delivery includes circuits ranging from 1.5 Meg to OC-48 and 1MB to 10GigE, as well as E-Line and E-Access EPL and EVPL services from a single interconnected hub.

Through a common network interconnection into One Marketplace, customers can:

  • Procure and implement multi-vendor access solutions more efficiently, saving money, increasing productivity and gaining a competitive advantage
  • Optimize existing infrastructure and substantially reduce costs
  • Identify excess capacity that can be leveraged to maximize revenue opportunities