BringCom gains E-Access and E-Line MEF 2.0 certification
16 April 2018 | Jason McGee-Abe
BringCom has achieved E-Access and E-Line MEF CE 2.0 certification in London and East Africa.
MEF CE 2.0 E-Access and E-Line are two standardised carrier-class Ethernet types of services, as defined by MEF, the governing body for Carrier Ethernet (CE).
BringCom hubs supporting E-Access and E-Line services are located in London, Djibouti, Nairobi and Kampala. Standardised CE delivers business-grade and carrier-class connectivity services with certified quality of service to connect office headquarters, branches, data centres and other locations on a metropolitan, regional, national and global scale, integrating all business traffic applications (voice, data, video and internet) into a single network.
“With BringCom obtaining MEF CE 2.0 Certification, customers are guaranteed to receive Standardised Carrier Ethernet services of high quality and performance in East Africa. This certification would not have been possible without the support of our dedicated partners Djibouti Telecom and Datanet in East Africa,” said Fabrice Langreney, president and CEO of BringCom.
“BringCom’s MEF certification in the East African region is the first step towards establishing BringCom’s next-generation SDN/NFV platform in Africa that will improve our ability to support international carriers’ connectivity within Africa and competitively service the requirements of corporate customers in the region.”
BringCom has been offering international and last-mile connectivity solutions since 1992 to enterprise and government customers in the United States, the Caribbean, Africa and the Middle East. It delivers secure and reliable Ethernet, MPLS, IPLC and DIA services for enterprise WAN and SD-WAN connectivity.
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