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Network Infrastructure Network Operations Center (NOC) located in Parsippany, NJ
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- NOC staffed by technicians 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year
- Multiple Backbone Providers
- Internet Backbones maintained in New Jersey and New York City
- Direct backbone connectivity to major networks like Sprint, Earthlink, UUNet, PSI, Digex, AOL and more
- Proven High Upload and Download speeds to clients all around the world, including Europe, Asia, and India

Netstar's servers are located in one of the largest and most fault tolerant networks in the New Jersey region. Our connections to Internet backbones are maintained at redundant data centers located in NJ and NYC, connecting directly to most of the major networks including Sprint, Earthlink, UUNET, Genuity, Level 3, PSI, Digex, AOL, and many others. Our network infrastructure is monitored at the Network Operations Center (NOC) in Parsippany, NJ, staffed by our experienced technicians 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. With this combination of superior network and service, we are able to provide a high quality regional network which is on par with many of the nationwide networks.






Having a connection to a single backbone means that you are relying on this backbone for all of your transit. They will be taking your traffic to it's destination, or the nearest NAP (Network Access Point). The problem lies in the fact that they can only be as reliable as the telephone companies they use, the equipment they use, or, just as important, how knowledgeable their staff are. Network outages occur all the time, for varying reasons; there will never be a time when they don't occur.

Because of the proven unreliability of the NAPs and the backbone, we utilize connections to multiple backbone providers. At this time, our network currently consists of multiple OC3 lines (155 MBPS each) connected to private POPs (Points Of Presence). These POPs, in turn, connect directly to over 15 major internet backbones. This allows us to easily reach remote networks even in the case that a NAP may be unhealthy, or when a specific backbone connection is down. It also allows us to make intelligent routing decisions without being limited by the number of routes at our disposal.

Our network has been deployed and continues to develop in a fashion that provides the speed and reliability that businesses demand - at an affordable price.

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