Ultra-Low Latency
Global Wavelength (GWL)
IPLC
IEPL
MPLS VPN
EoMPLS
EoMPLS
Leveraging Ethernet service based on MPLS Network to provide private communication for enterprise customers.
Overview

China Telecom's EoMPLS Service is engineered to provide private communication over public MPLS networks. It allows geographically dispersed sites to share an Ethernet broadcast domain by connecting sites through MPLS Tunnels and Virtual Circuits.

There are 3 sub-services provided by CTG which were certified according to MEF standard CE2.0.

  • Ethernet Virtual Private Line (EVPL)
  • Ethernet Virtual Private LAN (EVPLAN)
  • Ethernet Virtual Private Tree (EVPTree)
Key Features
Costs-effective
Costs-effective
You can easily connect any sites worldwide and enhance your network architecture with a cost effective solution.
Obtain High Expansibility
Obtain High Expansibility
By connecting any of their sites to China Telecom’s CN2, customers can easily join its 2-level VPN network to interwork with other sites. Thus, expansion is easy and can reduce customers’ networking costs.
Self-managed IP Environment
Self-managed IP Environment
Totally transparent to customer IPs and internal routings. Customers could autonomously manage internal IP networks and routings with Self-managed IP environment.
Global Coverage and High Bandwidth
Global Coverage and High Bandwidth
You can choose from optional speed from 1 Mbps to 1 Gbps and beyond and take advantage of a proven network that spans in 56 cities worldwide.
High Security
High Security
You will benefit from our L2VPN service that is engineered to be as secure and reliable as legacy any-to-any networks like Frame Relay or ATM. Obtain Protocol transparent for most type of services.
Intelligent Services
Intelligent Services
EVPLAN/EVPTree services smart demarcation simplifies service test and turn up to get your network operating faster, then speeds trouble resolution and supports continued end-to-end visibility into service performance through our portal.
Coverage
China Telecom Global covers 39 overseas cities with 200 POPs globally.
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