When call volumes rise due to seasonal holidays and sporting events, make sure your customers can depend on you to provide the calling quality they need to talk with friends and family back home.
As a facilities-based telecommunications company, Verizon is one of the few companies that provides true integration of services through the logical combination of wholly owned local-to-global voice assets in many locations worldwide.
Expansive Network Reach
Verizon owns and operates one of the most expansive IP backbone networks in the world. Customers of all sizes rely on our network's diversity and resiliency for many of their communications needs. Verizon's Global IP Network is one of the most connected Internet backbones in the world.
Verizon provides voice on its state-of-the art fiber-optic network which spans more than 500,000 route miles to 150 countries on six continents. Verizon was the first to deploy eight-way undersea mesh technology enabling multiple diverse paths for voice traffic reliability connecting major submarine cable systems traversing the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.
Verizon International Routing
Verizon offers a number of TDM and VoIP product solutions with varying levels of International routes giving customers flexibility for quality and price needs. With hundreds of direct routes in place globally, Verizon can deliver traffic to key destinations with crystal clear resolution.
World Class Expertise
To maintain reliable network operations, Verizon has global Network Operations Centers at various locations around the world. Skilled technicians at these centers monitor network performance 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Verizon is committed to helping you succeed. Talk to Verizon Partner Solutions about our high quality voice services today at WholesaleVoice@verizon.com.
Facts at a glance:
- Verizon owns and operates one of the most expansive IP backbone networks in the world.
- The Verizon global network includes more than 500,000 route miles, including terrestrial and undersea cable, spanning six continents.
- Verizon provides voice, data and Internet services on its state-of-the-art fiber-optic network, reaching customers in more than 2,700 cities and 150 countries.
- Verizon currently operates three satellite facilities located in the United States and the United Kingdom, supporting service in more than 75 countries for government and business customers.
- The Verizon network is large enough to circle the world more than 20 times.
- After deploying the industry's first commercial 100G ultra-long-haul system for live traffic in 2009, Verizon continues its 100G leadership position, and in 2011, established the first standards-based, multivendor 100G Ethernet link on its IP backbone on a portion of our European long-haul network. Verizon also is deploying 100G technology on its major U.S. backbone network routes.
- Verizon carries IP, data and voice customer traffic on its global IP global network, including traffic on more than 80 submarine cable networks worldwide.
- Verizon is a consortium member of the 15,000 kilometer Europe India Gateway (EIG) cable system which enhances capacity and diversity from Europe to the Middle East, Africa and India. The design capacity on the full system is 3.84 terabits per second (Tbps) using dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) technology to provide upgradeable transmission facilities supporting present and future Internet, e-commerce, data, voice and video services. The cable system was activated in 2011.
- Verizon was the first to deploy undersea mesh technology - providing multiple diverse paths for voice and data traffic reliability - to connect major submarine cable systems traversing the Atlantic Ocean with eight-way diversity.
- Verizon has five major global Network Operations Centers in the United States, Europe, and Asia-Pacific.