IPL is based on last generation WDM or OTN networks and can offer both terrestrial and submarine routes. By using our solution, you benefit from our extended footprint, a high performance of our network and the expertise of our engineers.
Your capacity needs are evolving continuously, and we are constantly upgrading our network to be ready to meet your expectations. Orange provides scalable capacity from 1Gbps to 100Gbps (400Gbps available soon).
As IPL is a Layer 1 solution, you get full control over the bandwidth, which is used solely to cover your needs.
If your business needs are very stringent in terms of service availability, you can rely on our protection options and leverage the diversity offered by our network.
Choose between three offers: Essential, Dynamic, Intense. They offer different levels of SLA. Depending on your needs, you can use IPL to connect PoP-to-PoP or CHLS-to-PoP or directly connect two of your sites.
We are committed to deliver a high-performance network with a high-end SLA guarantee on Availability Rate, Guaranteed Time-to-Restore (GTR), Lead-Time-to-Deliver (LTD) and latency.
We have always considered ethical practices to be at the core of our values. We are committed to be a trusted partner to our customers, providers and employees. Such commitment is key when you rely on our network to carry data.
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IPL is a reliable solution to carry high bandwidth between two distant locations. It relies on last generation WDM/OTN networks. Depending on the sites to be connected, IPL can adapt to different topologies and include either a terrestrial submarine portion, or both. IPL offers flexibility and can adapt to different types of interfaces (Ethernet, OTU, SDH).
We have been an operator for international transmissions for a long time and we have a recognized expertise in both terrestrial and submarine networks. As customer needs are constantly growing, we are investing to extend our footprint and offer extensive connectivity on all continents. Recently, we have announced that we will be able to extend our offering between France and US thanks to the coming launches of new cables: Dunant and Amitié. With 100Tbps capacity between France and US, we are well positioned to answer end-to-end connectivity needs between the two continents.
ACE, AMERICAS 2, Dunant, EASSY, ECFS, IMEWE, Kanawa, LION, LION 2, MainOne, PEACE, SAT3-WASC-SAFE, S3WS, SAT3, Safe, SEA-ME-WE 3, SMW3, SEA-ME-WE 4, SMW4, SEA-ME-WE 5, SMW5, TEAMS, CBUS… are among the 22+ submarine cables which we have invested in. In total, we have more than 450,000km of submarine cables connecting all continents.
IPL relies on point-to-point architecture. Sometimes, the service can be affected by exceptional circumstances such as fiber cut, fire or even fiber damage from mice. When your business needs are vital, you cannot allow service interruptions. Orange has three protection options: Protection 1+1, Dynamic Restoration and Extended Protection. These options are available on both WDM and OTN network. The new Dynamic Restoration and Extended Protection options are also available for 100G service. Find the one fitting your needs the best!
Watch the video to understand how the three options work.
We contracted with Orange for a 10 Gb International Private Line to interconnect Europe and Asia. This helps Intelsat’s traffic flow more efficiently between these two locations and contributes to a more efficient global network. Moreover, on the route from Frankfurt to Singapore, Orange had the most cost effective solution.
“Orange International Carriers has a strong relationship with IIJ and as a Tier 1 company in ISPs, I’m aware of the strength of Orange’s business in Africa and the Middle East and we are very keen to have traffic in these regions.”
“Orange International Carriers is the major incumbent in the Europe region and this partnership allowed us to establish the best connectivity and have an expanded worldwide coverage.”
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