In today’s society, businesses of all sizes need a way to manage their bandwidth. Our Ethernet services support our customers who serve educational institutions, healthcare providers, government, and financial industry in our regional market as part of an overall plan to connect locations cost efficiently.
Optical Transport Services
MBC offers TDM transport services on our regional and long haul network.
MBC supports the following services:
DS1 / DS3
OC3 / OC12 / OC48 / OC192
For carrier customers requiring aggregation services, MBC offers interconnects of OC-3, OC-12, and OC-48 to groom sub-rate transport circuits at the STS level. We will evaluate VT1.5 grooming on a case by case basis.
MBC operates multiple 4TB Infinera DWDM connection paths across the network providing access at major city locations and peering points. MBC utilizes technology from Ciena to provide various speed level service offerings and deliver standards-based services that are consistent across the entire footprint.
MBC Ethernet is a Layer 2 service so it is transparent to your existing network, which simplifies administration and preserves control. We connect your sites without the need for your staff to modify IP routing information or exchange it with us. In addition, your staff can make IP routing changes to your network without coordinating with MBC.
Access Class – Type 1 (on-net) and Type 2 (off-net)
UNI Ports – 1 Gbps and 10 Gbps
Optical handoffs – electrical available for 1Gbps
Speeds – Select speeds from 10 Mbps to 10 Gbps
Aggregation – E-NNI ports 1 Gbps and 10 Gbps
SLAs – Carrier-class for service availability
To remain secure, our Ethernet Services are monitored by our manned, 24x7x365 NOC and maintained by our full-time, strategically located field technicians and regionally located vendor partners.
MBC is on the Connected2Fiber Connected World platform. If you would like a building list, please email Sarah Miller and we will be glad to add you to our distribution.
MBC is committed to providing economic development leadership to Southern Virginia by operating a 1,900-route mile open-access fiber optic network, providing wholesale telecommunications transport, dark fiber and colocation services. With presence in major internet peering exchange points, MBC reduces the cost of Internet access for wholesale customers and reduces the time and cost to reach customers in rural Virginia markets. MBC’s network supports job creation as a critical element in the recruitment of major commercial investments.