Ensure fast and secure delivery of your data via Webair’s robust, fault-tolerant and wholly-owned network.
By owning and operating our network and data centers, Webair has full control of data transmission from our customers to the Internet. With data centers in New York, Amsterdam, Montreal and Los Angeles, we offer customers multiple layers of redundancy as well as the ability to handle massive traffic growth for mission-critical projects. Should an outage occur, Webair has enough capacity at each data center location to handle its full network load.
Leveraging strategic partnerships with leading Internet, transit and peering providers, we can guarantee high performance and 100% network uptime SLA. Webair only use fully redundant, enterprise-class routing equipment in our data centers, which is housed in secure core routing rooms and fed by its own redundant power supply. Our network is also protected against DDoS attacks.
Building our network into some of the largest network access points in the world enables Webair to have private interconnections to virtually all major metro networks. With this level of connectivity, Webair can decrease latency and directly connect providers into our customers’ Cloud infrastructure or colocation.
Webair also boasts a redundant dark fiber ring to major carrier hotels and Internet exchanges located at:
This allows customers to connect to over 1,000 networks located in these Points of Presence (PoPs) and enables us to bring additional network capacity online as needed. Webair lights its own dark fiber with both active and passive DWDM/CDWM equipment provided by Transmode and Cube Optics AG.
Webair’s peering arrangements with NYIIX; Telx TIE; AMS-IX; and DE-CIX allows us to exchange free network access with other network providers. Peering points reduce the number of networks that data must traverse to get to its destination and therefore improve Internet speed and reliability, while reducing cost and extending the reach of our network.
Webair maintains direct, carrier-neutral connectivity to providers for primary transit, including Verizon, Level 3 Communications, GTT Communications and TeliaSonera; for transport, providers include Verizon Business; Verizon Core; Lightpath; Lightower Fiber Networks; AboveNet (now part of Zayo Group); XO Communications; and GigLinx. Most carriers are connected at more than one physical location using multiple 10 Gbps Ethernet links.
Webair’s dedicated team of network experts monitor your routes, circuits and power round-the-clock to ensure your network is operating at peak performance. We provide on-site and remote support and work with you on all aspects of network architecture and configuration.