Green hills, incredible wines and food, astonishing landscapes and picturesque villages. From Namex you can now reach the beautiful province of Siena, in Tuscany thanks to our new member Terrecablate. This local ISP provides connectivity right on the regional territory, fighting the digital divide with a proprietary infrastructure.
The company network was partly acquired in 2017 by the Terrecablate Consortium and partly designed directly by the ISP, along with commercial agreements with all the other major telecommunications operators to fine-tune the deployment.
The overall infrastructure is approximately 700 km of high-capacity fiber network that connects the main PoPs and it is functional to the provision of services for the final customers
The network was designed and built to cover the territory with ring architectures both in the metropolitan area (MAN) and in the extra metropolitan area (WAN) in order to offer the best performance in terms of reliability and resistance to failures; sections with star topology are grafted onto the rings to reach the peripheral terminations.
The WAN network, in particular, consists of two main rings that serve respectively the north and south of the Sienese capital where the main network centre of the company is located.
The connectivity between Terrecablate infrastructure and the Internet is granted thanks to a capillary presence in nearly 50 PoPs, including the main Italian exchange such as Namex and MIX
Terrecablate is at the forefront of telecommunications network technology. In 2018 the company invested in the implementation of a new backbone network to replace the existing one; the new infrastructure offers new and enhanced features in terms of reliability and performance, allowing data exchange between PoPs with speeds up to over 100 Gbps. The final customers are reached with solutions ranging from FTTH to FTTN connections, guaranteeing a high-quality service regardless of their location.
- Besides, Terrecablate offers all carrier-grade telecommunication services, including:
- Internet links;
- cross-site data links and virtual private networks (VPN L3, VPN L2, VPLS)
- centralized firewalling services
- co-location services.
- traditional telephony;
- VoIP telephony and virtual switchboards;