Hi-Powered Partners

Cisco Systems

Cisco Systems, Inc. is the world-wide leader in networking for the Internet. Cisco hardware, software, and service offerings are used to create Internet solutions that allow individuals, companies, and countries to increase productivity, improve customer satisfaction and strengthen competitive advantage

IBM Australia

IBM Australia is a leading supplier of information technology, software and services in Australia. IBM solutions are designed to solve short-term business challenges, while still being flexible enough to support companies as they adapt to new opportunities in the rapidly changing online world.


xDSL Managed Private Network

Hi-Powered Networking uses advanced MPLS technology to provide premium Private Network services to customers.

Private Networks - as the name suggests - are those which do not travel across the Internet, whether encrypted or otherwise. Offering the best possible throughput, response time and guaranteed bandwidth, Hi-Powered Networking brings the ultimate in customer Data Security whilst keeping costs under control. All Managed Private Network connections incur no data charging between nodes. It is one fixed cost every month for each node, determined only by the speed of the link and other capability features.

Hi-Powered Networking Managed Private Networks offer Quality of Service (QoS) on all MPN nodes, offering improved resiliance for high priority data, such as Voice or Video over IP. Managed Private Network QoS systems, when teamed with a Hi-Powered Networking Cisco routing and switching solution, can offer customised QoS priority tagging to suit your business applications... for example:

  • Citrix
  • Windows Terminal Server
  • Unix Terminal Services (ie: TinyTERM, NetTERM, IBM 3270 emulators, etc)
  • SAP
  • Exchange email
  • Lotus Notes email and database applications
  • Voice over IP

This same system can also 'deprioritise' data - such as external web browsing, chat programs and other applications of less business importance.

With QoS, you can drive your link to a higher percentage of its capacity before response time suffers - Making the most of your hardware and network service investment.

Last Updated: 14-Feb-2006