Devoli maintains its own International Data Network which means we control the quality, reliability and cost of the services we provide as part of our portfolio. We manage our network according to very stringent architectural principles which means you get the best possible performance and network experience when using our services.
Our Trans-Tasman network is designed to provide full redundancy in the event of major failures between Australia and New Zealand by using Southern Cross Cable System (SCCN) and Tasman Global Access (TGA) submarine cables.
Whilst our transport services take preference over our transit services in the event of a fault scenario, due to the non-contention policies on our network, we offer a very high standard of non-contention on our transit services.
Our Australian footprint extends to SY1, SY3, SY4 and S1 in Sydney, M1 and ME1 in Melbourne and we’re at B2 in Brisbane.
Our domestic network in New Zealand is designed to be fully redundant with multi-10G circuits between all our sites in both a ring and express route configuration.
Our main nodes in Auckland are located at Mayoral Drive, Orbit Drive & 220 Queen Street. We’re connected to Sky Tower, 220 Queen Street, Datavault, Vocus DC, Orbit Drive, Albany and the old Orcon DC in Northcote.
We are also connected to an additional 18 data centres in New Zealand from which we can deliver any of our services.
Our domestic network extends down both the East and West Coasts of New Zealand for redundancy purposes and includes handovers in all UFB locations.
Our Trans-Pacific Network provides two paths into the USA. One between the USA and New Zealand and the other between the USA and Australia.
We use these paths specifically to support the two distinct geographies of New Zealand and Australia and our short path options for both transit and Layer2 services provides the best possible latency between each geography.
We have nodes in San Jose and Los Angeles.