Tier 1 IP Transit on AS3356 up to 400Gbps
Aimed at content providers and local internet service providers, IP Transit provides secure, reliable Internet connectivity with the fewest network hops. IP Transit is provided by AS3356, the world’s number 1 ranking network* where over 60% of the Internet traffic that originates on AS3356, stays there for maximum performance.
*Center for Applied Internet Data Analysis (CAIDA), AS Rank, November 2023Explore IP Transit features
Designed for high performance
Traffic that originates on AS3356, stays on AS3356, to guarantee high performance.
Extensive global peering
Partnering with Lumen, AS3356 delivers traffic with the fewest number of hops due to being the extensively peered global network in the world.
Protect your network
With Resource Public Key Infrastructure (RPKI) for Route Origin Validation and an optional DDoS mitigation service.
Push capacity to the max
Port options up to 400GIG-E and global edge capacity over 550 Tbps easily copes with the most demanding of loads.
Backed by performance and availability SLAs, we’re ready if anything goes wrong, with 24/7 customer monitoring.
Static or BGP routing options with a range of flexible billing options that best suit your traffic loads.
Not what you're looking for?
If you’re looking for static routing DIA, or simply looking for a connection to the internet with speeds below 400Gbps, rather than a Wholesale service, please visit our Dedicated Internet Access page.
IP Transit explained
An IP Transit service is where an Internet Service Provider (ISP) allows traffic to cross its network in order to reach a destination. To access all Internet routes, you would need to connect to each autonomous system. Data travelling from the ISP providing the service from the customer is often referred to ‘going upstream’, whereas data going to the customer is ‘going downstream’.
We offer Ethernet GIG-E, 10GIG-E, 100GIG-E & 400GIG-E ports.
Flat rate: Fixed MRC for the Peak Data Rate (PDR), bursting not available
Commit plus burst: Fixed MRC for the Committed Data Rate (CDR), burst charge based on P95 usage in excess of the CDR
Yes. Colt acquired the European network assets from Lumen and jointly owns AS3356.
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Customers of all sizes across various business sectors benefit from the services that our network supports with the industry’s highest standards in performance, latency and security.