Anticlockwise has relationships with key Asia Pacific carriers. Our internet backbone provides the highest level of availability, redundancy and scalability. We peer with multiple providers and endeavour to provide direct routes to all key domestic and international content.
The Anticlockwise private network is engineered to maximise resiliency, speed and value.
We understand the commercial pressures multi-site enterprises face when expanding their businesses to new locations, as such we tailor our solutions to the needs of our individual clients. Anticlockwise realises there is no "one size fits all" solution. We leverage our investment in our infrastructure and close relationships with leading domestic and global service providers to provide a truly global footprint.
Our private network has the following capabilities:
- Layer 3 VPN
- Layer 2 VPN
- IPSEC VPN
Anticlockwise delivers a scalable and responsive network security platform.
Realising that each security vendor has its own strengths and weaknesses we strive to maintain a vendor agnostic stance.
Anticlockwise realises the importance of real time visibility into the managed technology environment we provide our clients. We also believe in full transparency and accountability and therefore provide our clients with access to a portal displaying real-time utilisation and service status.
An Anticlockwise managed network combines data services from many different local access providers and aggregates them using our MPLS core to create an integrated WAN/LAN environment. This allows us to create completely redundant and fault tolerant networks with seamless and instant transfer to backup services.
Anticlockwise sources network connectivity from all major Australian telecommunication service providers. We manage these relationships so you don't have to and present you with a single bill.
Our local access technologies are carefully selected based upon the availability, performance and cost requirements of our clients.
Our access technologies consist of:
Copper Access Network
- Ethernet over Copper (EoC)
- Mobile broadband (3G/4G)
- Microwave and Fixed point wireless
- Ethernet over Fibre
- Ethernet over SDH
- Dark Fibre