01 Apr “Private Network” Service Description
Twoobii services the full range of user requirements including the provision of “private network” requirements. Twoobii architects have full end-to-end control on all the network parameters and can control quality of service and network sizing in detail.
The “Private Network” is defined as a satellite network segment (or pool) which is allocated for use by the specific customer sites. The key requirements are:
- Primary Service. The “private network” service is defined as a primary service for high-demand sites and provides CIR network capacity to a customer group of sites, no FUP rules are applied.
- Group of sites. This service provides IP access for voice, corporate data and broadband to a group of sites. The service can be seamlessly integrated with the core for “last mile” connectivity.
How does it work?
Customers sites are placed in a user group and is allocated a specific amount of satellite bandwidth defined in downlink and uplink data rates. This capacity is for use exclusively by the customer user group and all sites in the network will share the same downlink and uplink capacity.
The Twoobii “Private Network” service parameters and applicable definitions are as follows:
- Typical service example: 8Mbps / 2Mbps network with 8Mbps downlink and 2Mbps uplink.
- Downlink: 8Mbps All sites in the network will share the downlink capacity with a max burst of 8Mbps, no FUP rules applies and no variable billing applies. The quality-of-service is defined by how many sites are in the network and by the overall demand on the network. QoS rules for voice priority etc can still be implemented.
- Uplink: 2Mbps All sites in the network share the defined uplink capacity, no FUP rules applies and the quality of service is defined by the number of sites and user demand.
- Site Management Fee: A “per site” fee is due for each site in the network.