A network engineered for low latency, zero packet loss and great bandwidth availability

Peering is fundamental to our Network. It is the practice of exchanging free network access with another network provider. In a standard situation, as soon as a packet of information leaves the Network, we have to pay for the distance it travels on other networks. But with peering, we give other networks access to the reach of our network in return for them allowing us to send packets over theirs. This extends the reach of the Network, improves performance, and reduces cost, allowing us to deliver greater value to you.

Since the Internet is based on the principle of global reachability - the concept that any Internet user can reach any other Internet user as though they were on the same network - peering has become an essential part of the network landscape.

We use Level 3 and LINX to exchange long-haul transfers and any local network traffic we are unable to connect directly.

Benefits of the MEDIASECURE Network Structure

  • Guaranteed Upstream Speed
  • Unmetered Bandwidth!
  • Protection against threats including Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks
  • More than 200 Gbps Upstream (and growing ...)
  • Multiple Internet Backbone Connections
  • Geographically Redundant DNS
  • Enterprise class equipments: Force10 E-series, Force10 S4810, Force10 S60, Cisco 7600