Peregrine

Dark-fibre infrastructure that gives you unrestricted connectivity between core sites, branch sites, or aggregation nodes.

Peregrine is the foundation of our dark-fibre network. Our network footprint in metro areas and smaller towns is extensive. This means that you can connect almost any site to another using the most reliable and unimpeded communications technology available today.

Architecture

Peregrine lets you connect one site to another using your own transmission equipment. You can use it to construct your own nationwide communications network, and in turn put your services within reach of your customers. While Peregrine is mainly for unlimited backhaul and long-haul connectivity, you can also choose our rate-monitored dark fibre service called Calypte, or provide last-mile connectivity to your customers’ sites using our short-haul unlimited dark fibre called Helios.

Peregrine architecture diagram

Data sheet

Connectivity options Two distinct points (core site to core site, core site to branch site, core site to aggregation node)
Predefined repeater sites (submarine cable landing sites to metropolitan areas) for long-haul infrastructure
Connectivity between small towns and metropolitan areas
Once-off connection fee Yes
Billing Monthly
Regular links: line-of-sight distance × 1.4 × R/metre
Long-haul links: ducting distance × 1.1 × R/metre
Discount criteria Volume (total leased kilometres)
Lease term
Lease / payment terms Fixed /
Long haul: 5, 10, or 15 years
Metro: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, or 15 years
Fibre pair options Single /
Multiple
Redundancy Optional diverse link at 50% of primary link cost, subject to feasibility
Service level 4-hour mean time to repair
Fault monitoring Main route