tw telecom Intros 40G, 100G Business Services

With an eye towards Big Data, tw telecom has implemented Dense Wave Division Multiplexing (DWDM) across its fiber optic infrastructure, to roll out  gigabit Business Ethernet service in all 75 of its metro serving areas.

Available in 40G and 100G increments via channel partners, the service targets larger enterprise customers and public-sector organizations with private, dedicated bandwidth, with optical ports and the entire wavelength dedicated to its exclusive use.

“IT constantly requires more bandwidth,” Tracy Sorensen, product manager at tw telecom, in a blog. “Thanks to sophisticated data-collecting techniques and vast databases, nearly every company and organization has to deal with Big Data. They rely on complex applications housed in central data centers to perform complicated calculations. The fast adoption of teleconferencing and the ubiquity of online video demand[s] exacting performance. Everything points to needing more bandwidth.”

When it comes to security, a top-of-mind concern, the service is only for point-to-point applications, so the direct connection guarantees data security, being a private connection.

“Companies implement Class of Service to prioritize some activities, like voice, over easily rescheduled tasks such as maintenance,” Sorensen said. “But as bandwidth demands increase, simply managing tasks isn’t effective. Enterprises need more room, a larger pipeline.”

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