Our Network

global network.

The network purpose-built for real-time

Lightning fast.

Our carrier network spans 3 continents, reaching people throughout Asia-Pacific.

Designed for spectacular real-time experiences, this is where milliseconds matter.

OneQode Global Network Rollout Map A world map centred on Asia-Pacific showing the OneQode network connecting Sydney, the Sunshine Coast, Guam, the Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Hong Kong, South Korea, Japan, Russia, India, Oman, Hawiai, Vancouver, and the United States Tokyo Seattle Bay Area Los Angeles Hong Kong Singapore Guam (APAC Central) Manila Sunshine Coast Brisbane Sydney Melbourne Perth Adelaide Port Moresby Darwin Hawaii Portland Vancouver New York Ashburn Toronto Chicago Omaha Davao Manado Palau Kuching Osaka Busan Bangkok Seoul Vladivostok Surabaya Jakarta Chennai Muscat Active Planned OneQode Global Network Rollout Map Background
Global network rollout map // Full map PDF

Reach people across
the Asia-Pacific

With a game-changing Guam (APAC Central) facility at the core, and a presence in Asia-Pacific’s major population centres, you’ll reach hundreds of millions of people across the region with ultra low-latency connectivity.

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100 GbE core network
30+ countries in reach
22 points of presence
99.95% uptime

Your traffic. Delivered faster.

We carry your data over the most direct path, connecting to last-mile ISPs as close to end-users as possible.

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optimized routing: shortest distance and fewest hops

Most providers use ‘least-cost routing’, sending traffic where it’s cheapest, but not fastest.

You won’t even experience the savings — it’s their margin.

Instead, we use shortest path routing, which sends traffic via the most direct path to the user.

This maximises performance, eliminating hops and lag.

Engineered for speed.

Cutting-edge network architecture

From the switches we use to the cables we operate, every part of our network eliminates lag.

Fastest switches

Our network is powered by Arista switches — the fastest in the world. We’ve fine-tuned them to further improve performance.

Shortest paths

We use the shortest submarine cable routes across Asia-Pacific, giving your traffic access to the lowest latency fibre optic assets in the region.

Premium transit

We use premium IP Transit as a path of last resort to ensure we achieve low latency to locations where we don’t have direct connectivity.

Direct last-mile links

We have private fast lanes to the major last-mile ISPs in Asia. This superior interconnection improves fault-tolerance and user experience.

Amsterdam Internet Exchange
Any2 Exchange
China Mobile International
China Telecom
Console Connect
Hong Kong Internet Exchange
Internet Association of Australia
IT&E Guam
Japan Internet Exchange Co
PCCW Global
SGIX - Singapore Internet Exchange
Some of our direct interconnection partners

Premium DDoS protection.

Uninterrupted, network-wide DDoS protection

By neutralising attacks at the edge, we keep users online without compromising on latency, cost, or performance.

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Edge DDoS appliances prevent attacks from affecting the network

Block attacks at the edge

Each entrance to our network is lined with always on, high throughput DDoS mitigation appliances.

Malicious traffic is scrubbed and filtered in real time, keeping the network free of disruption.

Zero impact, zero cost

Users won’t notice attacks, because our architecture keeps them shielded by design.

This is included as standard at no cost to OneQode customers, so you won’t experience DDoS bill shock.

How other networks deploy DDoS protection:

Most networks don’t have always-on network-wide protection and respond to attacks in one of two ways:

❌ Blackhole routing

Dropping all traffic (however legitimate) during an attack. All users lose connectivity.

❌ Scrubbing facility redirection

Diverting all traffic to separate scrubbing locations, negatively impacting latency and experience.

These methods are cheaper to deploy, but users suffer — and you’ll get angry tweets.

The real kicker? You’ll often have to pay per megabyte whenever you get attacked. Seriously.

Traffic management

optimize user routes

Having specific users with latency issues? We can fine-tune that, too.

As a carrier, we can apply custom traffic management policies at the network level in real-time.

This prompts the users network to direct data via a specific route, optimising the journey for latency.