Enterprise ethernet.

Secure private connectivity across
cities, states, and countries

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Ultra low latency ethernet,
without the price tag.

Blazing fast ethernet links for your offices,
commercial spaces, and data centres

Prem to prem,
or PoP to PoP

Whether you’re linking up two offices or building an international WAN, our flexible Point-to-Point and Point-to-Multipoint ethernet services provide easy connectivity.

Get the best possible last-mile technology

As a carrier-neutral telco, we will leverage whatever technology works best for your local, be it fibre, fixed wireless, 5G, or satellite. You’ll get a right-sized ethernet solution.

Measure in milliseconds, not megabits

Less waiting, more action. We prioritise latency above all, investing heavily in hardware, transit and interconnection to ensure peak network performance.

Resilient network

Our carrier network operates on multiple paths across Asia-Pacific, with automatic failover mechanisms in place to ensure stability.

Flexible to you

We have SLA commitments in place, and flexible billing and terms, to ensure you get the exact solution your organisation needs.

Ethernet on-net facilities.

We operate on the fastest paths across the Asia-Pacific,
so you’ll move faster with OneQode

United States Washington
  • Westin Building Seattle
  • CoreSite - Los Angeles (LA2)
  • Hurricane Electric Fremont 2
  • AT TOKYO Chuo Center 1 (CC1)
Hong Kong
  • Global Switch
  • iAdvantage MEGA-i
  • Equinix HK1
  • Global Switch
  • WebSatMedia
  • Telin-3
  • VITRO Makati 1
  • VITRO Makati 2
  • Reliance
  • TATA Communications Piti CLS
  • AT&T Tanguisson
Australia Queensland
  • NEXTDC SC1 (Sunshine Coast CLS)
  • Equinix BR1
New South Wales
  • Equinix SY4
  • Global Switch Sydney

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Ethernet specifications.

Range of speeds • Unlimited data • Symmetrical

Bandwidth 100 Mbps to 10 Gbps
Last-mile options Fibre optic, fixed wireless, NBN, 4G, 5G, or satellite. Location and requirement-dependent.
On-site requirements 1RU + power for NTD
Supported MTU Up to 9000 bytes (Jumbo frames)
VLAN Limitations Full C-Tag support
We do not support S-Tags
Protocols Full Layer 2 and Layer 3 support
QoS QoS tags ignored but carried