Through this virtual Point of Presence, KPN will get immediate access to over 600 domestic and international carriers," said Jon A.
What does VPOP stand for?
VPOP stands for Virtual Point of Presence
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NASDAQ:TLGB), a leading provider of international telecommunications services to Internet service providers (ISPs), and fixed and mobile network operators, today announced an agreement with Poland's Exatel to create a virtual point of presence for the company in New York, using its Correspondent International Private Line (IPL) service.
Nortel Networks' unique concept of Virtual Point of Presence (Virtual POP) makes the CVX 1800 well suited for wholesale Internet access and outsourced corporate remote access.
This suite, known as Virtual Point of Presence (VPOP), allows ISPs to cost-effectively extend their market reach.
The co-location services include residence on a network with complete access and routes to all peers, 24 x 7 service and monitoring, usage based bandwidth services with bandwidth reporting, equipment and service pricing advantage and a virtual point of presence (POP) to enable a service provider to run its equipment in Exodus' IDCs.
Compared with eight other access concentrators tested, Mier Communications also found Tigris to be the most scalable, because of its 12 T1 capacity, reusable modem cards, DSP resources that are assigned "on the fly" to support various call types and class-of- service attributes, and Virtual Port Service manager (VPSM), a software-based management tool that allows resources across multiple Tigris units to be managed as one virtual point of presence (POP).