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Vitoria’s City Hall | Metropolitan Area Network
Vitória, the capital of Espírito Santo and one of the most important cities in Brazil, is currently considered a wealth of new opportunities and a true investment magnet in the most diverse sectors. Keeping up with this accelerated growth, the City Hall of Vitória has decided for the use of modern technologies in a large project with the objective to improve and boost the scientific and technological development of the city.
To attain this objective, the City Hall requested the design of an interconnection project for several points of the city, such as schools, health centers, universities, and others.
To make this project viable, NetService designed a high-speed metropolitan network, which has been dubbed Metrovix. It comprises an optical fiber ring about 43 km long. The use of CWDM (Coarse Wavelength Division Multiplexing) has made it possible and it provides traffic speed of up to 8 Gbps in each fiber pair.
The option for light multiplexing (CWDM technology) made possible the choice of fast and low-cost solutions. Additionally, Metrovix has also made the fast and stable access to internet and the use of videoconference systems possible and remote training easier.
The development of such a large project demonstrates the pioneering effort of the City Hall of Vitória, not only in Brazil, but in Latin America itself.
NetService’s partnership with Cisco allowed attending the needs of the City Hall efficiently and with excellent cost-effectiveness and providing a high-availability network, which is ensured by two independent optical rings.
Currently, the users of the Metrovix Network benefit from network applications, multimedia classes, medical diagnose and remote analysis systems, and data storage.