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Not all networks are created equal.

The Axcelx backbone is a fully redundant self-healing network providing our clients’ scalable solutions for their businesses. With connectivity to local major carriers and strategic peering relationships, we provide secure and reliable access to your most critical applications and infrastructure. Our engineers work with you to configure the optimal network connectivity that meets your internet, dedicated servers colocation, and cloud strategy.

Our Infrastructure

At our Routing layer, we use a mix of Juniper MX204, MX104, and MX80s which can be scaled between 160Gbps – 800Gbps. Our routing layer to our Core/Distribution layer is connected with multiple 40G circuits. As we get closer to you the customer we bring 20G-40G to each access layer switch. Customer’s handoffs on access layer are a full 1Gbps or 10Gbps (giving our customers the FULL burst capability you deserve).

Throttling / Port Blocking

We believe in net-neutrality! We do not prioritize packet transmissions to any destination limit, block ports, or QoS. We believe that the customer and the internet as a whole are best served when there are no limits.

Axcelx operates under (AS33083)

Push those bits…

wget from our 10G server: wget -O /dev/null http://speed0.xcelx.net/100M.test

Hosted Speed Test Server: HERE

Bandwidth Bursting

We believe that allowing the customer to use bandwidth or have the capacity when their servers require it, it should be available and we guarantee it

Port Choice

1G/10G It’s your choice. Not Ours

Our Routers and Cores
Today we currently utilize Juniper which offers 160G-800Gbps of Capacity on our Routing Layer and Cisco Nexus on our Core and Access Layer. All our routers have multiple 10G/40G uplinks and our Cores are connected via 10G + 40G ports. All our Access switches are connected via 20-40G.

Private Peering, Public Peering Relationships
We are known to peer with providers in the local market in which we tend to exchange a lot of traffic with, to eliminate the extra latency our clients would normally endure.