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Telecommunications and Transport Services

We provide the most advanced networks available to guarantee a high degree of security, reliability, and performance to meet your mission-critical requirements.

IP-BASED SERVICES

Network Based IP-VPN (NBIP-VPN)

NBIP-VPN provides secure, reliable transport of agency applications across a contractor's multi-protocol label switching (MPLS) backbone infrastructure for geographically dispersed agency locations.
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Internet Protocol Service (IPS)

Provides transport of Internet Protocol (IP) packets. IP is the primary protocol in the suite used for communicating data across a packet-switched inter-network. 
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Content Delivery Network Services (CDNS)

A content delivery network is a system of computers containing copies of data placed at various points in a network to maximize bandwidth for access to the data from clients throughout the network.
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Premise Based IP-VPN Service (PBIPVPN)

PBIP-VPN provides secure, reliable transport of agency applications across a contractor's multi-protocol label switching (MPLS) backbone infrastructure for geographically dispersed agency locations. The service footprint covers CONUS, OCONUS, and Non-Domestic locations.
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Managed Trusted Internet Protocol Service (MTIPS)

MTIPS is a Networx service that enables agencies to meet their Trusted Internet Connection (TIC) requirements. MTIPS allows agencies to transport Internet Protocol (IP) packets to/from external networks including the public internet, business partner's networks and government-wide intranets and extranets.
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DATA & VOICE SERVICES

Voice Service (VS)

VS is a service comprising voice circuits typically capable of carrying one telephone conversation or its digital equivalent.
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Combined Services (CS)

An agency can use Combined Services (CS) to procure core voice telecommunication services for its needs from a single source, at a predictable monthly cost.
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VoIP Transport Service (VOIPTS)

VOIPTS provides transport of agency voice communications as data packets over a contractor's Internet Protocol (IP) network as a cost-effective alternative to legacy voice systems and architectures.
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Toll Free Service (TFS)

TFS is an inbound voice service that provides a toll-free number (no charge to caller) with advanced features and routing capabilities that an agency can use to provide enhanced customer service.
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Internet Protocol Telephony Service (IPTelS)

IPTelS provides a network-based voice communications service with a set of telephony features including voice mail using Voice over the Internet Protocol (VoIP).
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OPTICAL & TRANSPORT SERVICES

Optical Wave Length Service (OWS)

OWS provides dedicated high-speed optical transport networks to interconnect agencies' offices in different geographic regions. Basic OWS is a point-to-point bi-directional, single link service provided by Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) equipment;
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Ethernet Service (EthS)

EthS allow agencies to interconnect their Local Area Networks (LANs) seamlessly over Metro Area Networks (MANs) or Wide Area Networks (WANs) regardless of where the site is located. . 
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Dark Fiber Service (DFS)

DFS is an optical fiber cable that can run without transmitting any light.
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Private Line Service (PLS)

PLS provides dedicated connectivity on a non-switched basis between two or more designated Service Delivery Points (SDPs) for voice, data, video, and multimedia service applications at agency-specified bandwidths.
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Synchronous Optical Network Service (SONET)

SONET is a Networx service that enables agencies to build optical transport networks that are high bandwidth, with a high level of reliability and traffic isolation. These transport networks are built using facilities from the contractor's optical backbones.
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Dedicated Access (DAA all services)

Dedicated Access Arrangements (DAA) provide the convention to specify the originating and/or terminating access component required to connect the Service Delivery Point (SDP) to the contractor's Point of Presence (POP) when that access component is required to deliver a telecommunications service.
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Circuit Switched Data Service (CSDS)

CSDS is a mature switched data service used for local and long distance telecommunication. Some agencies continue to use CSDS, particularly in the area of on-demand video conferencing applications.
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