Neterra, the Bulgarian operator for telecommunications services and projects in Southeast Europe, said that it expanded Dedicated Internet Access (DIA) service in over 180 countries.
DIA connection provides a more reliable level of Internet connectivity than a standard broadband service, said a press release from the provider of layer 1, 2, and 3 connectivity solutions, DDoS protection, and data centre & network services.
"With DIA, a business doesn’t need to share or compete with other users for available bandwidth from their Internet Service Provider (ISP) – their pathway to the Internet is fully dedicated and guaranteed," it said.
According to the release, DIA enables its users to have more control over their connectivity; businesses can enjoy symmetrical capacity and benefit from upload speeds that are just as fast as download speeds no matter the time of day, and because the connection is dedicated, it’s more secure as no one else can disturb the services.
"Furthermore, the DIA service will be monitored via the Neterra online monitoring system (NOMS) to enable a real-time overview to check service utilization and proactively track service availability," it said.
This significant investment by Neterra in its service portfolio shows commitment to meeting the global demands of connectivity. Growing its DIA location portfolio highlights Neterra’s own ability in agility and quick response to major market trends and this investment ensures Neterra is well-positioned to meet this new demand on a global scale.