Currently, Brsk is rolling out its gigabit fibre network to tens of thousands of homes in the West Yorkshire region. Xantaro consults and accompanies Brsk with many years of experience in the planning and implementation of high-performance infrastructure; supporting Brsk’s rollout of FTTX networks based on the technology of Xantaro partners, Nokia and Juniper Networks.
Exascale has set itself the goal of providing households and businesses in the region around its headquarters in Telford with high-performance fibre connections. Xantaro is supporting Exascale with many years of experience in the planning and integration of the high-performance fibre infrastructures and multi-vendor expertise in networking technology in the ongoing FTTH rollout.
Due to the growing demand and to keep the network up to date, SÜC is constantly expanding its heterogeneous infrastructure. Since the challenges in operations are getting bigger, Xantaro, as a long-term partner, introduces StableNet® from Infosim to SÜC, a highly automated network management tool.
When it came to verifying the Virtual Application Delivery Controllers (vADC) from different vendors beyond their data sheet specifications and parameters, those responsible at Vodafone rely on Xantaro's test capacities. As a result, the provider receives objective results for all vendors and is therefore ideally positioned for future network expansion.
After a huge network failure, the freenet Group commissioned Xantaro with a network audit to evaluate functionality and future practicability of the infrastructure. The result: In order to ensure future growth and the reliable provision of new, innovative services, the previous DC design needed to be modernised. Together, Xantaro and Juniper Networks planned and implemented a new IP fabric architecture with EVPN Control Plane.
“We were already running a Smartoptics solution, so we knew about the company. But we were surprised when Xantaro highlighted the potential of Smartoptics’ Open Line System. Initially it looked too good to be true,” says Tom Eichhorn.
After upgrading their data centres with Juniper Networks systems, Xantaro supported First Colo GmbH in connecting the sites based on the Smartoptics Open Line System. The DCI solution combines the advantages of modern PAM4 transceivers with the flexible DCP-M open-line system for multiple, intelligent, flexible 100G DWDM connections. The sleek QSFP28 form factor PAM4 transceivers are embedded directly into the Juniper Networks switches.
Since its foundation in 2007, Xantaro has ensured the reliable operation of its customers' high-performance network infrastructures by providing a high-quality maintenance service. This is also the case for one of the largest mobile network operators in Germany, which operates extensive infrastructure to provide mobile and fixed network connections for approximately 50 million end customers.
“We are a fast-growing, cost-conscious company. We need to spend our money where we get the most in return. The possibility to use the same solution to cater for different clients’ individual needs, without the need to invest in a dedicated system for each technology, was also a key success factor.” — Theo Voss, Head of Network and Infrastructure, Anexia Robust, reliable infrastructure Offering customized solutions for web and managed hosting, as well as software and application development, Anexia is a rising star on the European service and cloud provider market. The company was founded in 2006 in Klagenfurt,
Anexia is an IT service provider based in Austria, providing cloud and managed hosting solutions as well as software and application development. It supports more than 10,000 customers, including multinational companies such as Teamviewer, Trusted Shops, PCCW, and Lufthansa Systems. The company has 170 employees in 11 offices across Europe and the USA, and supports over 80 international server locations, including its own independent data centers. It offers a broad range of services over its own worldwide infrastructure. Business Challenge Anexia’s existing backbone network was running out of capacity, and its resiliency and security capabilities were becoming outdated. Anexia
Metro services with global claim The data centre services market is booming; medium-sized and large companies fall back on external infrastructures for a variety of reasons. Regional network operators, who already have appropriate transport routes, can benefit from the situation by supplementing their network infrastructure with data centre services. With the new DATACENTER RHEIN-NECKAR II, PFALZKOM | MANET has taken the opportunity to reach new dimensions as a Metro provider. Germany is the largest data centre services market in Europe and the third largest in the world. The reasons for using external data centre infrastructures are multifarious. Large companies
In Schleswig-Holstein, ambitious broadband expansion plans have been made. Today, more than 30 percent of households already have the option of getting a high-performance fibre optic connection for internet, telephony and TV. Meanwhile, the fibre supply nation-wide is only about seven percent of connectable households. The recipe for success: the state, municipalities, municipal utilities and companies are working hand in hand to create an efficient communication network in rural areas. Stadtwerke Neumünster (SWN) is developing an area of about 3,500 square kilometres, making SWM the largest utility in the north. Fiber to the Home with network design by Xantaro:
CBC is a major television broadcaster in Germany. It needs to transport huge High Definition video files between its major centers in Cologne, Munich and Berlin. Evolving its Juniper-based network to meet these needs required detailed analysis and recommendations. CBC relied on Juniper partner Xantaro to do this analysis. Xantaro’s expert consultants worked closely with Juniper Networks consultants, who gave them access to tools and methodologies generally only available to internal Juniper staff. The resulting network upgrade satisfied CBC’s needs for a smooth evolution of the network.
LEW TelNet uses fibre technology to not only connect business clients and authorities to the internet, but also industrial parks and entire communities. Even large carriers use the company’s data infrastructure. In 2013, the Bavarian-Swabian data specialist in collaboration with Xantaro sustainably increased the transmission capacities of its own Backbone. The technology upgrade protects investments and LEW TelNet is now prepared for future requirements. PDF Download Broadband infrastructure extended in Bavarian Swabia Nowadays, a well-developed data communication infrastructure is as important for businesses and communities as basic requirements such as water and energy – a notion in which the Lechwerke as a regional energy provider
In December 2013 the time finally came: After one year DE-CIX Management GmbH was able to successfully complete migrating its infrastructure to the new interconnection platform DE-CIX Apollon. Xantaro supported the operator with end-to-end tests of the new platform during the conversion, helping to safeguard the project in a delicate phase. PDF Download Risk minimisation during sensitive migration phase DE-CIX in Frankfurt/Main is an internet exchange for data traffic. About 600 internet service providers from over 60 countries exchange data via the so-called public-peering method. Founded in 1995, DE-CIX is now the internet exchange with the highest data throughput, worldwide with more
In June, 2013, PIRONET NDH with a view to the extension of its Cloud Services converted the Hamburg “CityNetz” network to active optical transport technology. Xantaro developed the design and ensured the smooth implementation by pre-staging and testing the new infrastructure. Download PDF Ready for new cloud services with Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) There is no business without a fast and secure business network – this goes just as much for cloud computing provider PIRONET NDH as for its customers. Focused specifically on the needs of medium-sized businesses, the company headquartered in Cologne offers a wide range of