Dishnet DSL, a city-based national Internet service provider
(ISP), has decided to use Cisco Systems'' networking equipment
to increase its bandwidth capacity to 622 Mbps. This follows
a decision to offer videoconferencing and other services
to customers in India and other Asian countries at lower
will deploy Cisco 12000 Series routers to manage the traffic
between four STM-1 links from Network i2i (a joint venture
between Singtel, Singapore, and Bharti i2i) and in-country
bandwidth from Bharti Telecom.
Dishnet CEO V Srinivasan: "The company is in the
process of enhancing its network and extending its reach
to provide higher-speed Internet access to customers.
As part of this expansion, we were looking for a solution
that will not only protect our existing technology investment,
but also facilitate video and voice traffic."