Data Center utilizes connections to multiple backbones to ensure that data reaches the end-user in the fastest, most efficient manner possible.BGP4 Routing
The Border Gateway Protocol (BGP4) for best case routing. Our entirely switched, Cisco powered network employs Cisco GSR 12000 class routers running HSRP (N+1 hot failover) to ensure that data can be routed even in the event of a router failure. The BGP4 protocol is a standard that allows for the routing of packets of information sent out from the Data Center Network. Each packet of information is evaluated and sent over the best route possible. Because of our redundant network architecture, packets may be sent via alternative routes even if they are being delivered to the same end user. If one of the providers fail, packets leaving the network are automatically redirected through another route via a different provider.

Massive 1.8 Gb/sec & Multiple OC-12 connectivity lets you experience the REAL POWER.
Guaranteed Packet Delivery.

This offers significant advantages over simply peering with the major backbones. Peering agreements rarely include Service Level Agreements (SLAs) so no one is accountable for lost packets at congested exchange points. Because our data center actually has SLAs with all the providers, so it guarantees that all packets will leave our network at full speed.

Bandwidth Utilization
The Xaz Data center Network currently has plenty of excess capacity, even during peak hours. This allows to accommodate even the largest spikes in traffic that are often associated with the most popular Web sites. Data center is kept updated by adding network connectivity and new routes in an effort to make sure content is delivered to your users as efficiently as possible.

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