NTT Com Offers Wide-area Ethernet via Broadband IP Network.
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NTT Number Theoretic Transform Communications (NTT Com) announced today that it will provide a wide-area Ethernet service using inexpensive broadband IP access lines for enterprise customers nationwide in Japan, beginning July 17.
The service, named Group-Ether, is a best-effort service A communications service that makes no guarantees regarding the speed with which data will be transmitted to the recipient or that the data will even be delivered entirely. offering low-cost nationwide network coverage by taking advantage of broadband access See broadband and wireless broadband. lines that NTT Com's sister companies NTT East and NTT West provide with certain versions of their FLET'S-branded Internet access See how to access the Internet. services.
Group-Ether provides a Layer 2 connectivity, giving users flexibility in choosing their network's design and communications protocol Hardware and software standards that govern data transmission between computers. The term "protocol" is very generic and is used for hundreds of different communications methods. A protocol may define the packet structure of the data transmitted or the control commands that manage the .
NTT Com already offers a wide-area Ethernet service, named e-VLAN, with guaranteed quality and burstable bandwidth, suited to large facilities requiring high-end network performance. The addition of Group-Ether will give customers a relatively low-cost alternative for smaller offices and facilities where network requirements are less demanding. Offices will be able to interconnect their e-VLAN and Group-Ether networks from the third quarter of 2009.
NTT Com will provide Group-Ether customers with one-stop service covering applications, billing and troubleshooting, as well as FLET'S access line, dedicated converter and network.
The service fee will vary depending on the type of service, bandwidth and access line. In the case of a Main-Category service type using Economy Plan bandwidth and a FLET'S Hikari Next Family Type access line, the monthly service fee will be 18,900 yen (tax included).
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