Verizon Rerouts Network Traffic in Wake of Typhoon Morakot
Despite multiple cable breaks in August, according to the announcement of Verizon, Thursday, the global mesh network operated exactly as designed allows customers to keep their operations running without missing a beat.
“Our large corporate clients who hired our services recoverable were satisfied with the performance of our global mesh network and our private IP network, it is also designed with all the backup services, the overall network planning for Verizon Vice President Ihab Tarazi, said in a statement.
From 2006 to 2008, Verizon Business has invested $ 3 billion in worldwide service network of business and government customers, and plans to invest at a similar level this year, and the global grid infrastructure is part of that investment underway.
“Our investment in the network and the deployment of our global mesh network over the past three years in this region has paid greatly to our enterprise customers,” Tarazi said. “In all places where we had a node in the mesh, we restored 100 percent recoverable traffic of our customers – without the human touch.”
Verizon Business began deploying its Asia-Pacific network of mail right after another multiple outages occurred submarine cable on 26 December 2006, when eight undersea cables were damaged in 22 places after an earthquake off the coast of Taiwan, which took several weeks to fully restore service.
With over 38 global nodes of the mesh, including 21 in the Asia-Pacific region, and ultimately true to edge connectivity and diversity worldwide, Verizon Business is a leader in this technology mesh network . The company implemented the first seven way route diversity in both the Atlantic and Pacific.