Allegro Networks has revealed a pioneering new management platform, SNAP, which enables service providers to get quotes, buy and provision circuits online, in real time. At a recent event in Manchester, Allegro provisioned a point to point circuit between Manchester and London, live, in 106 seconds.
SNAP aims to change the landscape of the service provider community, introducing retail aspects such as transparency of pricing, speed to market and the ability to generate immediate revenue. Connecting to SNAP give providers the ability to extend their network footprint, access Internet exchanges, connect to Transit providers, and even novate circuits from one customer to another, all in a matter of minutes.
Andy Davidson, Allegro Network’s CTO, commented: “SNAP gives providers the building blocks to create and deliver the solution they need when they want it.
“Whether you’re a carrier, ISPs, reseller, e-tailer or data centre, SNAP enables you to realise revenue quickly and provide the level of service demanded by high-margin customers. It not only removes the need to negotiate with multiple contacts but gives providers complete control of their connectivity.”
Allegro has launched SNAP with a range of services across its UK wide network, these include: point to point connectivity, peering at 4 UK Internet Exchanges and IP Transit with 3 providers. All of these services can be accessed in minutes, whether that’s from your office, a laptop, tablet or mobile device.
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