Pacnet Global EIPL

Competitive, dynamic enterprises invest heavily in business critical applications such as ERP, CRM and Hi- Definition telepresence solution to enhance collaboration and business critical processes.

However, in their rush to deploy these services very little thought can often be given on network design, which adds layers of complexity and management issues as different applications run on stand-alone networks.

Pacnet IPL Network MapPacnet simplifies the connectivity requirements of enterprise with its Global Ethernet International Private Leased Line (EIPL) Service, a data service offering point-to-point and point-to-multipoint international private connections. Using Ethernet as the handoff to the customers, it provides an end-to-end Ethernet connectivity between customer LANs.

Implemented on our existing Pacnet SDH infrastructure, Pacnet Global EIPL service offers dedicated bandwidth and a high degree of network transparency for customers who want full control of their Ethernet WAN (Wide Area Network) environments. It also offers transport protection on both working and protected paths via SmartTransport Protection Scheme backed up by market-leading Service Level Objectives (SLOs).

Key Features

  • One-stop shop service including contracting, ordering, billing and maintenance to most countries
  • Fully managed pan-Asian network with extension to global coverage initially available in 11 metropolitan cities in Asia, US and Europe
  • High resilient, high performance network that provides milliseconds restoration of service for unparalleled continuous reliability
  • A variety of protection schemes to ensure network resilience in the event of a failure
  • Extensive partnership
  • Flexibility, choice, foe the most suitable and cost effective solution
  • Market-leading service level agreements, competitive pricing providing rebate for outage to guarantee service reliability
  • Built and sold directly to end-user, eliminating any intermediaries
  • 24×7 network operation center providing world-class provisioning and maintenance support


  • Asia: Hong Kong, Singapore, Korea, Malaysia, Philippines, Taiwan, Japan, China, Indonesia and Thailand.
  • US: San Jose, Los Angeles, Chicago and Palo Alto
  • Europe: London
  • Australia: Sydney
  • New Zealand: Auckland


  • Bandwidth options – Subject to availability, bandwidth options can be more flexible: 2Mbps – 100Mbps
  • Ethernet/Fast Ethernet Interface; 150 Mbps – 1 Gbps with Gigabit Ethernet Interface.
  • Pacnet EIPL offers Point-to-Multipoint Service, a cost-effective option to Point-to-Point IPL, sparing customers from the deployment cost of linking more than two destinations as well as their ongoing maintenance.
  • Pacnet EIPL also offers SmartTransport service with 3 protected and 1 unprotected options to ensure service performance and network resilience.

Technical Description

Standard Offer

Component/Plan Ethernet Fast Ethernet Gigabit Ethernet 10GE
Ethernet Port* 10M 100M 1G 1 – 10G
Ethernet Bandwidth 2M, 4M, 6M, 8M, 10M 2M, 4M, 6M, 8M, 10M, 20M, 30M, 40M, 50M, 60M, 70M, 80M, 90M, 100M 150M, 300M, 450M, 600M, 750M, 900M, 1G 1G Increment

* Default frame size (PoP-to-PoP): 1536 bytes including header

Service Options

Component/Plan Ethernet Fast Ethernet Gigabit Ethernet 10GE LAN PHY
Last Mile
> Ethernet NTU
Available (subject to certification)
> Required
Available (subject to certification)
> Required
> Not required
> Not required
Intra-building connection
> Within 100m
> Over 100m
> Copper wiring
> Single-mode Fibre with Ethernet Externders
> Copper wiring
> Single-mode Fibre with Ethernet Externders
> Single-mode Fibre
> Single-mode Fibre

Pacnet SmartTransport Service Protection Scheme Types

1:1 Protection M:N Protection Auto-Reroute Unprotected
Features High Availability network connection at predictable performance Flexible subscription of level of protection for multiple network connection Cost effective option for minimum network protection Lowest cost option for network
Dedicated Protection Path Yes Yes
<50 msec Restoration Yes
SLA PoP-to-Pop Yes Yes Yes Yes
SLA Prem-to-Prem Yes Yes Yes
SLA Latency Yes Yes Yes