Packet Services

As a result of the pandemic's influence on traffic patterns, it is essential to remain adaptable.

We collaborate with our clients to assist them in rapidly adapting to new circumstances, whether that be as a result of a pandemic or the structural shifts that have resulted from an increase in mobile traffic. We provide assistance in the process of deploying cloud-based services, developing secure broadband gateways, developing one-of-a-kind overlay designs, optimising traffic costs, and designing MPLS networks, among other things.

The packet services team on our end mitigates risks and makes it possible for projects to be flexible, dependable, and cross-vendor by providing the appropriate speeds, switching capacities, form factors, and cost alternatives.

Read the summary that we've provided below to learn more about the services that we provide.

Server Farm

  1. Fabrics developed with a modular structure and based on the Complex Linked Object Standard (CLOS) are able to enable 10x scaling of IPVPN/MPLS or IPoDWDM spine switches and DCI provisioning.
  2. Patterns L2-3, L3, and EBGP should be incorporated into an overlay.
  3. Efforts to break out of the design plans provided by the vendors and assume complete control of the creative process.
  4. Integrating management tools across several operating systems allows for the management of data as well as the visibility of payloads, defect detection, and event correlation.

The following technologies are considered to be connectivity technologies: EVPN, VXLAN, BGP, MPLS, SR, P4ASIC, ISIS, ECMP, and FRR


  1. Organize and carry out the construction of multi-vendor, specialised networks for service providers.
  2. Consolidate a wide range of services and programmes into a single MPLS network that is completely secure.
  3. Broadband gateways, as well as improvements to and new installations of them.
  4. The Utilization of a Number of Different Vendors' OSS/BSS and NFV Infrastructures can be connected to IP/MPLS/WAN networks by a number of different businesses, including Cisco, Juniper, Arista, and Nokia, in addition to white-box manufacturers Edgecore and Windstrom.

A telecommunications network may implement any number of protocols, including MPLS-TE, SR, DMVPN, GRE, VXLAN, BGP, LISP, ISIS, TDM2IP, IPoDWDM, and BNG. These are just some of the options.


Load balancing or multi-path active-standby over wide-area networks (WANs), application pinning, and application-aware forwarding are some examples of these types of technologies.
Authentication rules such as AAA, TACACS+, and RADIUS can be implemented, and they can be used in conjunction with dedicated point-to-point or mesh IPSec topologies.

Utilizing capabilities such as Next-Generation Firewalls (NGFW), Virtual Routing and Routing (VRF), Network Conferencing (Netconf), Load Balancing, and other Fabric Configuration features for connection and partitioning for hybrid clouds in multi-domain settings, including BNG, transit, and cloud gateways.

The following technologies are classified as connectivity protocols: vEDGE, vBOND, KVM, VNF, MPLS, IPSec, DMVPN, SR, VXLAN, BGP, LISP, ISIS, EIGRP, BNG, and VXLAN.