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Why choose Entanet as your IP Transit partner

Connections where it counts

We maintain over 900 peering relationships across the UK and Europe to enable the quickest possible transit of IP data including 2-10Gbps connections into nine major London data centres and key exchanges including LONAP, LINX, AMSIX, NL-ix and DE-CIX Google, Apple, Amazon, Microsoft, Sky, Akamai, Janet, BBC, BT and Virgin.

Full or partial - options for all pockets

We offer both partial and full transit. Partial transit capitalises on our 900 peering relationships while full transit takes advantage of our peering relationships and also provides transit across tier 1 connections without the need to meet the high costs of such connection relationships.

The best of the best hardware

We use solely Cisco carrier-grade hardware - renowned for being the best - throughout our core network - to distribute routing across multiple 10Gbps upstream and peering connections.

Our money goes where you need it

We monitor our network on a 24/7 basis and are committed to continual investment to ensure capacity and resiliency.

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FAQs

What is transit?
Transit is how ISPs connect their networks to larger networks and the wider Internet in order to transport data internationally. There are three tiers of interconnected network that make up the Internet - Tier 1 networks are those that can reach every other network without purchasing IP transit; Tier 2 networks have some peering relationships but still pay to reach a proportion of the Internet; while Tier 3 networks will only have access to the Internet by purchasing IP transit.
Do you offer peering or partial transit?
We offer both peering and partial transit. If this is something that you’re interested in speak to your account manager in the first instance.
Who are your major transit providers?
We’re partnered with Tier 1 providers Level3 & Tata Communications.

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