Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Ethernet WAN in Japan

Internet Initiative Inc.,(IIJ) of Japan, today announced that it will release the IIJ Internet-LAN Service, a service that uses broadband access lines, such as NTT's FLET's, to create a low-cost and maintenance-free broadband Ethernet WAN. The IIJ Internet-LAN service uses the IIJ's internet backbone to create a secure private Ethernet network to connect offices nationwide like a LAN. Using DSL or FTTH connections, customers can build there own Ethernet WANs. Read news at:

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