Global Enterprise Networks

TeleGeography’s Global Enterprise Networks details the international enterprise network services offered by 138 service providers and analyzes trends in enterprise service availability and pricing. Service offerings covered include MPLS IP VPN, Ethernet, Dedicated Internet Access (DIA), and private line services.

Global Enterprise Networks is a powerful tool for service buyers who need to compare service providers’ offerings, and for carriers seeking to benchmark themselves against rivals.

Market Analysis

Market analysis details the features of the most widely available enterprise data services, carriers’ geographic coverage for on-net service, and WAN service pricing trends in 2,891 cities throughout 207 countries.

WAN Services Review

  • Overview of MPLS VPN and Ethernet implementations
  • Analysis of the most commonly available WAN service features including network monitoring, classes of service, and Ethernet transport technologies

Geographic Availability

  • Availability of MPLS VPN and Ethernet services by city, region, and country for on-net service
  • Comparison of service providers’ network service offerings and coverage
  • Comparison of global service growth
  • Matrices comparing service providers’ WAN service offerings by region, by country, and by city

Any Service: Istanbul

Any Service: Accra

Enterprise Services Pricing Analysis

Global Enterprise Networks analyzes the extensive WAN pricing data compiled in TeleGeography’s Enterprise Networks Pricing Service and Ethernet Pricing Service to highlight trends in WAN service pricing. Pricing analysis includes:

  • Regional MPLS IP VPN port pricing trends, including price variations by service provider
  • International Ethernet pricing trends by geography, capacity, and transport technology
  • Dedicated Internet Access (DIA) pricing trends by region and capacity


Median T-1/E-1 Port Price Declines in Major Cities, Q3 2010-Q3 2013

Enterprise Carrier Profiles

Carrier profiles, which are updated quarterly, detail the international enterprise network offerings of 138 international carriers, from AT&T to Zayo. Profiles provide descriptions of carriers’ service offerings and their geographic availability for on-net service.

IP VPN service profiles include

  • Product name and technological standard
  • Availability of managed services
  • Classes of service
  • Capacities offered

Ethernet service profiles provide

  • Ethernet topology, protocol, and product name
  • Capacities offered
  • Classes of service
  • Availability of customer portals and customer portal features
  • MEF certification and if certified, under what standards

SDN/NFV-Based Services

Global Enterprise Networks now includes analysis of how carriers are rolling out new software defined network (SDN) and network function virtualization (NFV) technologies and what service offerings they may add for enterprise customers.