A wholesale bandwidth service provider sells bulk bandwidth to other communication service providers, who in turn resell connectivity services to enterprises or retail customers. Wholesale bandwidth providers include large integrated telecom operators having surplus capacity in their networks or fiber-rich utilities such as railways, electricity companies, oil and gas utilities that have significant fiber assets and right of way along railway tracks, power lines or oil & gas pipelines. In many countries, central or state governments choose to invest in building a high-capacity optical fiber network using a universal service obligation fund (USOF) and lease bandwidth to other communication service providers.
Multi-Tera switching, 200G+ DWDM networks, sub-lambda grooming of wavelengths, handling circuit or packet traffic
PDH, SDH/SONET, OTN, Ethernet, FC on the client side; L0, L1, L2/L3 on the network side
Range of service level agreements (SLAs) in terms of protection, quality of service and performance
Many a times, it’s difficult to predict upfront as to what services will be adopted by the market. As a result, the optical platforms used should not be rigid and must have the necessary flexibility to continuously evolve and support an arbitrary mix of circuit and packet services ranging from 100% circuit to 100% packet or anywhere in-between. Tejas’ product architecture uses reprogrammable hardware and software modules to ensure greater reusability in dynamic network scenarios.
Our wholesale services solutions cater to a wide range of service providers