Quintillion’s System

What We Do

The Quintillion Network

Strategically located in the Northwest and North Slope Arctic Region, the system connects thousands of rural Alaskans to high-speed internet serving North America’s largest oil and gas fields at Prudhoe Bay.

1700 MI

Total Network Span

1200 MI

Subsea Fiber

500 MI

Terrestrial Fiber

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IN

Expanding Throughout Alaska

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OUT

Connecting Asia & Europe Through the Arctic

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UP

Supporting Space Operations

Service Definitions

Ethernet Private Line (EPL)

EPL is secure, private data connection, connecting two locations for private data services. EPL works as a point-to-point closed network data transport service which does not traverse the public internet and is inherently secure with no data encryption needed in most cases.

Ethernet Virtual Private Line (EVPL)

EVPL provides a point-to-point Ethernet virtual connection (EVC) between a pair of dedicated user-network interfaces (UNIs), with a high degree of transparency. EVPL can provide point-to-point or point-to-multipoint connection between a pair of UNIs. EVPL works through fast, reliable, and secure hub-and-spoke connectivity between a main office or location and multiple other locations.

What We Are

Provider of Carrier Ethernet Services

Carrier Ethernet service is a data communications service based on Ethernet technology and standards, with additional features and protocols that enable “Carrier Grade” telecommunication services to be securely and reliably managed and delivered to customers. Carrier Ethernet service delivers Ethernet frames between different locations in any part of the world at speeds between 1 Mbps and 100 Gbps.

What We Provide

Carrier Ethernet E-Line Service

Transit E-Line services enable point-to-point (EPL) or point-to-multipoint (EVPL) connectivity between customer locations. Extension beyond our networks is possible to extend services over multiple provider networks.

Dedicated Internet Access (DIA)

Dedicated Internet access (DIA) is a private connection between an Internet Service Provider (ISP) and the customer’s premises; the bandwidth purchases by the customer is for their sole use and there are no other users sharing the customer’s connection speed.