The Fusion Network offers numerous services, shown below. Contact us for more details.
A 1 or 10 Gbps Port on a Fusion Network Backbone or Aggregation Router. One or more FusionPorts are required for delivery of any Fusion Network service to your network.
FusionIP is Fusion Network’s Full Route IP Transit Service. Featuring full IPV4 and IPV6 route tables, Fusion is your most efficient destination to any location on the Internet.
Fusion IP features direct peering with most of the top CDNs and content providers with guaranteed uncongested ports, full redundant routes, plus multiple locations with full route feeds from 2 of the largest Tier1 IP backbones in the country.
The Fusion Backbone is interconnected with at least 10gbps capacity lit on only DWDM waves, with most locations featuring multiple diverse routes to other Fusion nodes. Fusion Network only builds on Brocade hardware routing platforms – no open source or software routing solutions.
FusionPeer is Fusion Networks’ Content Offloading service.
A FusionPeer feed to your network will only feature routes we obtain from local and remote Internet Exchanges and other Fusion-connected networks. This is NOT a full routes service and will not get you to every Internet destination, it should strictly be used for content offload.
FusionPeer feeds guarantee uncongested ports and redundant presences on multiple Internet Exchanges.
FusionIX is our local carrier to carrier direct peering product.
Every Fusion Core router supports a local (regional in some cases) Internet Exchange fabric to encourage providers to directly connect to others in the same location or region. This removes FusionIP Router hops from customer to customer direct traffic, providing enhanced latency and performance to your local customer base.
FusionXC is a Fusion-based cross connect to aggregate multiple interfaces to your FusionPort.
This is useful for interfacing with remote or additional transit providers via your FusionPort(s), getting your own presences on a local or regional Internet Exchange to manage your own peering sessions, and more.
FusionVC is a MPLS-based Layer 2 VPLS service connecting 2 fusionPorts together either across the same metro or across the Fusion Backbone.
This is useful to create a private network instance between multiple Fusion locations for your own operations, or to create an intercarrier relationship for a customer private line service between 2 ISPs/WISPs.
FusionColo is a by-the-RU colocation in any Fusion Datacenter for you to host your own router or equipment in the DC facility, including redundant power.
Fusion Network is a wholesale only operator. We do not sell directly to the public or to end users under any circumstances.
All connected networks to Fusion Network are listed in our fusionDirectory, so retail customers can find you and you can sell service. Also, this is useful for other Fusion Network partner networks to locate a remote partner in the event they need a customer to customer link using Fusion as the intercarrier leg.