Connecting Business locations

Do you have multiple business locations in the Netherlands and anywhere else in the world? Multiple locations that work together? Connect the different locations with a optical fiber connection from NDIX to create a single super-fast and secure business network. This allows you to set up the ICT infrastructure centrally and all employees to work on the same server. Data can be shared securely and easily between different locations.

There are several ways to connect to NDIX, such as:

  • NDIX port with optical fiber to your location
  • NDIX Port in a data center          

NDIX port with optical fiber

If your business location is not yet connected to the NDIX optical fiber network, then a fiber optic connection will first be established between your location and the nearest NDIX location. In this location, these optical fibers will be connected to a port on our switch: your NDIX port. Do you already have a fiber optic connection, but not yet a NDIX port? Please contact us.

Datacenter port

If your organization already has equipment located in a data center, then all that is needed is an NDIX port at that location for a NDIX connection. A simple patch from your equipment to our switch is all it takes. Please contact us or login to our client portal for current pricing.

For a data center port, the standard rates apply under the following conditions:

  • Supply is subject to available capacity
  • The contract term is 12 or 36 months
  • Port is excluding patching
  • Rates are valid in all data centers where there is an NDIX location, provided there is sufficient capacity.

Characteristics of the NDIX network:

  • Availability of 99.9% per VLAN
  • Redundant MPLS network
  • 24/7 NOC
  • Unlimited number of VLANs
  • 1Q VLANs
  • MTU size 9100 bytes
  • Non-overbooked network
  • Jitter ≤ 2ms
  • Delay ≤ 5ms (roundtrip)

No optical fiber available yet?

If your business location is not yet connected to a fiber optic network, a fiber optic connection will first be laid from this location to the nearest NDIX location. In this location, the fiber will be connected to a port on our switch: your NDIX port. Please contact us for more information or visit our customer portal!