Exonetric operates a redundant, BGP4 routed, network: AS12290. Our network utilises the latest technologies from Juniper and Cisco. We use upstream transit capacity from select Tier-1 carriers, including NTT-Verio, Hurricane Electric and Cogent, all with one a minimum of 1Gbit connections.
In addition to upstream transit we peer at the premier Internet exchange point in London, as a member of LINX, with 1Gbit ports both on the Juniper-based LAN and additionally on the Extreme-based LAN. Peering partners include networks such as Virgin Media/NTL:Telewest, RETN, PCCW, Claranet, JANET and more.
We run a multi-homed network and it represents the result of years of investment in core routing and access equipment. Our relentless focus on performance, scalability and manageability allows us to route our customer's traffic through the best path for their visitors, and we are continually in charge of our own routing policies.
The Exonetric network makes use of tried and tested IPv4 technologies and emerging technologies such as native IPv6 delivering the highest possible service levels to connected customers.
All of our equipment runs in the Telehouse Docklands facility, the UK's foremost Internet Hub and backbone for the Global Internet Network
Established in 1988, Telehouse London became the site of s first purpose-built and carrier-neutral data centre. After becoming the primary home of the London Internet Exchange and the New York International Internet Exchange, Telehouse became synonymous in facilitating the establishment of the world wide web and is known as one of the s most important internet hubs.
With European data centre headquarters in London, UK, Telehouse has grown to become one of the largest global data centre providers, operating a network of 45 data centres in the EMEA, the Americas and the Asia-Pacific region.