Network Map

Centauri Communications utilizes BGP routing with our own AS 19214. Centauri purchases IP Transit from a variety of Tier 1, Internet service provider's backbones. With this in mind Centauri is capable of providing the unique diverse routing across multiple carriers along with our own backbone and network equipment to multiple geographic areas that Centauri has points of presence. If your company needs 99.99 of uptime to the global internet look no further.

Centauri manages all inbound / outbound traffic across these backbones and private / public peering on the Internet Exchanges, ensuring efficient routing to your network. Centauri Communications BGP AS is network wide unique so one single AS represents our network to the world.

Since no single Internet entity can claim the entire 4 billion IPv4 address space. By having more direct connectivity via paid transit / private peering / public peering to the global Internet. This will enable lower latency and router hops to your destination.

Below are the backbone network maps that Centauri Communications utilizes for IP bandwidth.

Cogent Communications, For presence wide coverage see the following IP Network Map

Cogent's network stretches over 180 markets throughout 37 countries in North America, Europe and Asia, with over 57,000 route miles of long-haul fiber and more than 27,100 miles of metropolitan fiber serving over 580 metropolitan rings.

Our end-to-end optical transport network consists of IP-over-WDM fiber links running up to 720 Gbps intercity capacity and 320 Gbps on metropolitan rings, located in Cogent's major markets throughout North America, Europe and Asia.

On the IP layer, Cogent's Tier 1, IPv6 and MPLS enabled network has direct IP connectivity to more than 4,660 AS (Autonomous System) networks around the world with over 33,400 Gbps internetworking capacity.

Being a facilities-based carrier, Cogent takes advantage of full end-to-end control over its transport and routing technology to provide reliable and scalable service.

GT-T, For presence wide coverage see the following IP Network Map

The GTT backbone network is built using a multi-layer design developed to offer the highest level of performance and reliability.

Dedicated optical transport: GTT's private optical long-haul network provides the foundation for an Ethernet-over-MPLS mesh between core backbone routers in each city. By allowing our optical transport system to detect and route around physical-level circuit problems, the need for convergence on inter-city routes is eliminated. This same infrastructure also provides dedicated data transport services to customers in GTT's backbone cities.

Highly-scalable IP network: Built on top of GTT's highly-resilient optical transport network, our layer-3/IP Network was engineered to provide the highest levels of capacity and performance, even when utilizing enhanced services such as traffic analysis, DDoS mitigation and traffic filtering.

Points of Presence: The GTT backbone network interconnects 200+ Points of Presence across North America, Europe and Asia.

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