Network services are ideal for connecting your locations with a network that can meet the demands of high data traffic. They also enable your organization to:
- Have peace of mind knowing that all locations have redundant links to all other locations, for network availability.
- Easily scale network capacity from 2 Gbps up to 100 Gbps Ethernet.
- Implement your own VLANs without coordination with Comcast.
- Transmit data with low-latency across a Wide Area Network, allowing applications to perform as if users were on the same Local Area Network (LAN).
How it works
By connecting multiple sites to an Ethernet network through our advanced nationwide network, we provide a high-availability solution for your enterprise.
Ethernet Network Services features:
|Single Ethernet interface||Sites can send and receive traffic to and from any other site within the network through a single Ethernet interface.|
|VLAN transparency||VLAN configurations can be changed within the network without Comcast.|
|Scalable capacity||Quickly expand your capacity from 2 Gbps up to 100 Gbps with just a phone call to the Customer Service Center.|
|Secure, private connection||Transfer data securely over our private network, bypassing the public Internet.|
|Performance reporting||View connectivity statistics via a secure web portal for the previous day, week, or month.|
|24/7 priority support||Take comfort in knowing your business will receive 24/7 support and monitoring.|
Why Comcast Ethernet Network Services?
With low-latency Ethernet Network Service, organizations can optimize application performance across a Wide Area Network (WAN), allowing them to perform as if they are on a Local Area Network (LAN). More importantly, ENS is configured to link all locations to every other one, for maximum redundancy and availability. The service provides Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) transparency and enables customers to implement their own VLANs without coordination with Comcast. It's a modern, cost-effective alternative to traditional TDM-based hub and spoke network topologies.