Internet Leased Port (ILP) / MPLS


ILP stands for Internet Leased Port. It is a high speed, dedicated premium bandwidth designed to specifically meet the corporate users requirement. ILP bandwidth is delivered to our customers with assured SLA parameters and service commitment on critical network performance metrics like latency, packet drop, network availability etc. A range of bandwidth and interface are available from 256kbit/s to 1Gbit/s and above, allowing the service to be optimised to your particular requirements.

ILP services are designed to ensure allow our corporate users to run their web based mission critical applications on Internet with reliable network performance at all times.

Key Features And Benefits:


EPICENTRE GROUP leased line Internet connections provide a dedicated link between your site and our (or our partner’s) nearest Point of Presence (POP) connecting you to our high performance Internet backbone, providing your business with access to our carrier-grade Internet service. The digital leased lines or private circuits over which the bandwidth is provided are permanently connected to our network offering high levels of performance, reliability and security.

High Quality And High Performance:


As your circuit is an ‘always on’ connection, it is ideal when you need to maintain regular access to the Internet. It is an optimal starting point for creating secure Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) between locations worldwide. All 5Elements private circuits conform to applicable international recommendations and standards.


Expanding and Suporting your Network:


  • A leased line Internet connection provides the infrastructure to create a more sophisticated network capability.
  • Working with our partners, EPICENTRE GROUP can help you create secure Virtual Private Networks between your offices worldwide.
  • Through our partners, co-location facilities are available providing a dedicated, secure, managed environment for your back-office computing and communications equipment.


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