Rendering solutions that are highly flexible and scalable, C&W Networks provides their clients with bandwidth ranging from E-1, Gigabit Ethernet to STM-64 and 10 Gig-E; utilizing 100 Gbps wavelength technology in the transport layer and Juniper series of T4000, amongst other models. The company enables carriers and service providers to deliver high quality, reliable and highly scalable services to their customers. C&W Networks’ IP Transit Service Core is based on Juniper T-Series routers, which provide customers with multiple 10GE connections. Over the years, Juniper’s routers have always proved to be extremely adaptable and when the company upgraded to T4000 from T1600 in 2012, the transition was carried out without any network interruption or disruption in customer service. “We have learned to depend on the high reliability of T-Series hardware and integral design redundancy, which protects against service interruption during equipment card fault, expansion and upgrade work. This truly has been a key component in our success,” explains Alloni.
This year, will see C&W Networks expanding core network access points with two additional U.S. nodes in New York and Jacksonville
This year, will also see C&W Networks expanding core network access points with two additional U.S. nodes in New York and Jacksonville. The company will introduce Juniper MX960 regional aggregation nodes in Tortola and Curacao for improved Caribbean internet access and service reliability. Also part of C&W Network’s future goal, is the operation of native 100GE connections between Core routers followed by 100G connections with some major peering partners. “This network expansion is consistent with our mantra of continuous improvement in terms of performance, reach and scale to ensure we meet the region’s demands for reliable, scalable broadband access,” ends Alloni