Posts Tagged ‘peering’

Network economics: more bandwidth for your buck

Balancing the end-user experience of LeaseWeb hosted services and network economics


At LeaseWeb Network, we manage and support the networks and traffic of the various LeaseWeb services companies around the world. We also support the advanced networking needs of their customers and protect them from security threats.

To ensure an optimized end-user experience for LeaseWeb hosted services, we run our own global Internet backbone – establishing direct connectivity (peering) with eyeball networks in 58 PoPs in Europe, the US and Asia – and we have connectivity (IP Transit) to virtually all major Tier 1 Internet backbones in any of the LeaseWeb data centers. Our total network capacity is 5 Tbps – compared to actual traffic levels of about 2.5 Tbps in the first quarter of 2015. This combination of peering and multiple Transit providers gives us a lot of flexibility and peak capacity to reach eyeball networks. So how do we manage this global network?

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LeaseWeb is really proud to reach Deloitte Technology Fast 50 list

Once again our parent company Ocom has featured in the Deloitte Technology Fast50 Benelux 2010 list which was announced last week, this time we are in 32nd place.  This award honors the fastest growing technology companies in the region based on revenue growth and it feels great to be running a company that is going from success to success.

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