Our DNS Failover & Systems Monitoring ensures that the moment we detect that your site is unavailable, your traffic will be re-routed to a backup server or page. We can also automatically re-route traffic back to the failed services once they are operational again.
Our redundant evolving network is built upon homologous private connections and access points to public networks. It had been elaborated with long term goals in mind in terms of network solutions. Our network is linked to important upstream suppliers and to over 200 exchange partners which assures a constant Internet connection, superior diverse routing and the bottom line: increased Internet efficiency. Your site's availability is guaranteed to be 99.9% without any loss of packets or single point of failure.
Thobson offers dedicated server clients and co-location clients the possibility to choose an unmetered 10Mbps or 100Mbps port on a part of its network called the Unmetered Budget Network. Offers identified by that name are connected on a part of our network where we add CogentTM as the priority transit provider. The uptime guarantee of the Unmetered Budget Network is of 99.5% instead of 99.9%.
44% lower latency compared to native Border Gateway Protocol (BGP)
35 ms less latency per packet round trip time compared with sub-optimal carrier routes
99% of routes chosen by MIRO deemed best path compared with 29% chosen by BGP alone
Nearly four times less latency variability than stand-alone carriers or self-managed IP "blends"
ThobsonTM offers a high quality network, directly linked by BGP to Peer1 Networks, Sprint/GT and Teleglobe, offering excellent performance for game servers, web servers and all applications that require high throughput and no loss of packets.
In addition to being connected to a high quality network, ThobsonTM shares the savings brought on by its buying power by offering prices and bandwidth allocations defying all competition. Who other than ThobsonTM connects you to a minimum 10Mbps port and offers monthly traffic allocations going up to 2000GB?