Telecommunications and Transport Services
We provide the most advanced networks available to guarantee a high degree of security, reliability, and performance to meet your mission-critical requirements.
NBIP-VPN provides secure, reliable transport of agency applications across a contractor's multi-protocol label switching (MPLS) backbone infrastructure for geographically dispersed agency locations.
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Provides transport of Internet Protocol (IP) packets. IP is the primary protocol in the suite used for communicating data across a packet-switched inter-network.
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A content delivery network is a system of computers containing copies of data placed at various points in a network to maximize bandwidth for access to the data from clients throughout the network.
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PBIP-VPN provides secure, reliable transport of agency applications across a contractor's multi-protocol label switching (MPLS) backbone infrastructure for geographically dispersed agency locations. The service footprint covers CONUS, OCONUS, and Non-Domestic locations.
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MTIPS is a Networx service that enables agencies to meet their Trusted Internet Connection (TIC) requirements. MTIPS allows agencies to transport Internet Protocol (IP) packets to/from external networks including the public internet, business partner's networks and governmentwide intranets and extranets.
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DATA & VOICE SERVICES
VS is a service comprising voice circuits typically capable of carrying one telephone conversation or its digital equivalent.
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An agency can use Combined Services (CS) to procure core voice telecommunication services for its needs from a single source, at a predictable monthly cost.
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VOIPTS provides transport of agency voice communications as data packets over a contractor's Internet Protocol (IP) network as a cost-effective alternative to legacy voice systems and architectures.
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TFS is an inbound voice service that provides a toll-free number (no charge to caller) with advanced features and routing capabilities that an agency can use to provide enhanced customer service.
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IPTelS provides a network-based voice communications service with a set of telephony features including voice mail using Voice over the Internet Protocol (VoIP).
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OPTICAL & TRANSPORT SERVICES
OWS provides dedicated high-speed optical transport networks to interconnect agencies' offices in different geographic regions. Basic OWS is a point-to-point bi-directional, single link service provided by Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) equipment;
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EthS allow agencies to interconnect their Local Area Networks (LANs) seamlessly over Metro Area Networks (MANs) or Wide Area Networks (WANs) regardless of where the site is located.
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DFS is an optical fiber cable that can run without transmitting any light.
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PLS provides dedicated connectivity on a non-switched basis between two or more designated Service Delivery Points (SDPs) for voice, data, video, and multimedia service applications at agency-specified bandwidths.
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SONET is a Networx service that enables agencies to build optical transport networks that are high bandwidth, with a high level of reliability and traffic isolation. These transport networks are built using facilities from the contractor's optical backbones.
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Dedicated Access Arrangements (DAA) provide the convention to specify the originating and/or terminating access component required to connect the Service Delivery Point (SDP) to the contractor's Point of Presence (POP) when that access component is required to deliver a telecommunications service.
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CSDS is a mature switched data service used for local and long distance telecommunication. Some agencies continue to use CSDS, particularly in the area of on-demand video conferencing applications.
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