- Businesses set up on an Ethernet interface can now leverage on a dedicated point-to-point private connection via our extensive fiber-optic cable network system with our International Ethernet Private Line (IEPL) service.
- Establish connectivity to offices around the globe with connectivity that meets all your info-communication and data transmission needs from voice, data and video communication. Managing your business across multiple points has never been easier.
- With the IEPL service, Opennet provides a scalable and secure carrier-grade international connection (ranging from 2Mbps to 1Gbps) to businesses that need to connect their offices around the region.
- Flexible bandwidth.
2Mbps to 1Gbps capacity. A clear channel with fully transparent traffic transmission.
- Guaranteed security and speed.
Guaranteed single fixed path (point to point) without any latency fluctuation.
- Service level assurance.
Backed by SLAs on service activation and performance as well as latency (for low latency service)..
- Cross-border terrestrial connectivity.
Seamless cross-border data transmission through network-to-network interconnection with all Vietnam and Thailand carriers.
- Take your business to the next level with Opennet’s International Ethernet Private Line (IEPL) service.
Achieve greater scalability while enjoying the same private, secure and reliable point-to-point connectivity as traditional IPLCs.
- Exclusive, secure & dedicated network.
Discover high-quality and reliable point-to-point private connections on our fully fiber-optical network, dedicated for your exclusive use.
- Guaranteed security & speed.
RPerfect for mission-critical applications with high security and availability, especially for financial institutions and technology-based companies.
Competitive pricing, low deployment cost and fixed monthly tariffs that are scalable in increments of 2Mbps and 10Mbps.
- Seamless business.
Operate with confidence anywhere in the world. IEPL’s versatile architecture seamlessly delivers data, voice and video across prominent cable networks, and also reaches major data centers in Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan and the U.S.