Aiming to meet the market of regional providers, the Celérix capacity provider invested in the renewal of its network infrastructure for the Midwest market (including the Federal district), Minas Gerais and in the city of São Paulo. With this, it began to rely on high-capacity optical backbone in metropolitan networks for retail customers, i.e. "large consumers", corporate and ISPs. And in seven months of the operation, they achieved 20 "large" clients with growth plans "with quality and responsibility", as stated in a statement by the company's commercial director, Maurício Almeida.
"The partners are very satisfied with the results so far, including investing in the expansion of the network: Celérix has five new routes already designed and 1,500 Km of underground routes to be deployed up to 2020," he said. The company currently counts on a 1,100 km-long DWDM backbone, reaching 43 municipalities and presence in three states, in addition to the DF.
The partner chosen for the expansion of the backbone was Trix Engenharia, which in turn used the consulting of Everest Ridge, specializing in architecture of high availability networks. Almeida explains that the structure of Celérix was designed to be "extremely lean", and therefore sought the experience of the consulting company, which became responsible for the network operation.
"We have done since the design and design of the topology of the network, and we indicate the specifications of equipment that Celérix needed," says also in communiqué the commercial director of Everest Ridge, Eduardo meirelles. "The complete operation of the network also followed the project developed by Everest Ridge and contemplates from hosts of OSS systems, traffic engineering, network operation level 1, 2 and 3, supporting the operation 24 × 7, what we also call the NOC", complete. Source: Teletime Click here to read the original story