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The Data Centres offer a flexible, technically superior and physically
safe environment, built and operated to global best practice. Customers
benefit from unrestricted choice of network and service provider and an
open market for interconnection to service providers and partners
within the Data Centre.
The Data Centres are located on the fibre rings of the major licensed carriers in South Africa, including Telkom and Neotel, Broadband Infraco and Dark Fibre Africa all of which have fibre nodes within the building, presented in the “Meet Me” room.
The Data Centre facilities provide security, fire protection, cooling and cable management according to a N+1 redundancy policy, with power provided according to a 2N redundancy policy allowing us to offer Service Level Agreements guaranteeing 99.999% availability. Skilled technical staff ensures 24x7 support
Peering is a voluntary inter-connection of
separate Internet networks for the purpose of exchanging traffic between
the customers of each network. The pure definition of peering is
settlement-free or "sender keeps all," meaning that neither party pays
the other for the exchanged traffic; instead, each derives revenue from
its own customers.
Peering requires physical inter-connection of the networks, an exchange of routing information through the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) routing protocol and is often accompanied by peering agreements of varying formality, from "handshake" to thick contracts.
BCS LAST MILE
Mile or "last mile" is the final leg of delivering or enabling
connectivity from BCS to a customer. To solve the problem of providing
enhanced services over the last mile, BCS adopted a strategy of mixing
network topologies and provide
Last Mile access through the following mediums: Fiber Wireless Copper (Diginet) VSAT In order to create a client Point to cloud connection to the closest fiber node a “Last Mile” connection is required, this entails a fiber conduit to be trenched and installed underground, after which fibre optic strands are “blown” through the conduit and spliced on the client end to create the termination point. At this stage network infrastructure are installed to enable dataflow, or otherwise known as “lighting” the fibre.
Broadband is our DSL product, offering point of interconnect for
Service Providers. This is aimed at Service Providers wishing to enter
the DSL market space without substantial Capital Expenditure and
technical resources, however a desire to maintain an element of Network
control and functionality.
BCS Telco reduces the Capital Expenditure and Technical resources for its Broadband customers by managing the core network elements necessary to provide connectivity to Telkom DSL enabled exchanges. BCS Broadband customers are only required to have BCS Point of Interconnect to have the ability to provide nationwide DSL access.
The time is now to change focus from a traditional ISP to a full service
Communications Service Provider. BCS provides you with cost effective
and highly reliable delivery of voice-traffic from local destinations to
around the world.
As a BCS customer you can now take your business to the next level by providing Telephony services traditionally provided by the larger Telecommunications Providers. The high quality of our service, competitive call rates and the reliability of our infrastructure increase the efficiency of your own service offering and your customer's satisfaction.