Connectivity and VPN

High quality networks and connectivity
For the business sector, especially for companies and organizations where high-speed connections are essential and strategic for their business needs, Unidata offers high quality network services in terms of private networks and Internet access.
Connections up to 10 Gbps
The offer includes dedicated fiber-optic Point to Point connections of up to 10 Gbps, a guaranteed band up to 99%, plus a two-way connection and high performance wireless back-up.
In addition to the traditional IPv4 Internet addresses, IPv6 addresses are also provided, the Internet addressing mode of the future.
To find out more, go to the Gigafiber Business solution
Security
Unidata supplies the connection lines and all security measures, with dedicated devices at the customers’ premises, such as Firewall, antispam, antivirus, as well as so-called “anti DDOS” services, specific protection against Distributed Denial of Service attacks, which are the most frequent threat.
Virtual Private Network (VPN)
Unidata undertakes private virtual network (VPN) projects using a range of technologies, such as: MPLS, VPLS, IPSEC, OPENVPN.
The various connections, usually in different locations, may terminate at the Unidata Data Center or at the Customer’s premises, depending on the architecture and type of network technology used.
Projects can be very complex, involving dedicated fiber-optic sections in urban LAN to LAN contexts, with lines installed for a specific project and with physical fibers available to the customer. This is a very interesting solution that allows the user to amortise investment costs and have very low operating costs.
What is a VPN?
A VPN (Virtual Private Network) is a private telecommunications network, established between subjects that use, as transport technology, a public, shared transmission protocol, such as the Internet.
The purpose of VPNs is to offer business, at a lower cost, the same possibilities as those available using private leased lines, but exploiting public shared networks. A VPN may be seen as a geographic extension of a secure private local network used within the business to connect sites within the company scattered over a broad area, exploiting IP routing for transportation on a geographic scale and creating a WAN network, called “virtual” and “private”, very similar to a dedicated physical network infrastructure (that is, with physical connections).

Well-structured VPN networks, like those created by Unidata, offer great advantages to businesses.

FTTC/xDSL
FTTC stands for “Fiber To The Cabinet”, and indicates the infrastructure architecture that consists of fiber optics up to the cabinet where the pairs of copper wires are located. The distance from the cabinet to the user is called, in jargon, the “last mile”, and is copper-based. This composition, with the shortness of the copper section, makes FTTC the best performing formula of the entire xDSL family.
Features of the FTTC / xDSL offer

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FTTC 100/20 100 Mbps 20 Mbps 10/2 Mbps
FTTC 50/10 50 Mbps 10 Mbps 5/1 Mbps
FTTC 30/3 30 Mbps 3 Mbps 3/1 Mbps
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