Access Bandwidth Service Layer 3 (ABSL3)
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A wholesale product developed for enterprise and government customers who require the network performance that is essential to connect to private networks and access business critical applications.^
High network performance
Enterprise applications demand committed data networks. ABSL3 is designed to offer a Committed Information Rate (CIR) bandwidth profile with speeds up to 50/13Mbps.†
With contended, uncontended CIR, and PIR burst options, ABSL3 is designed to provide service providers the flexibility so end customers can consume bandwidth when they need it most.^
ABSL3 is built on a reliable network architecture designed for access to businesses critical applications and solutions.^
Fact sheet: Access Bandwidth Service Layer 3 (ABSL3)
Access Bandwidth Service Layer 3 (ABSL3) has been developed to support enterprise and government customers to connect to private networks and access business critical applications.Download (PDF - 271 KB)
^An end customer’s experience using the business nbn™ Satellite Service, including speeds and other performance characteristics, depend on a range of factors, such as the latency limitations inherent in satellite communications, the particular product and product features that have been selected by the service provider, the configuration of the products and product features being delivered, the time of usage in relation to certain internet-based access products, and other factors outside of nbn’s control (like their equipment quality, software, chosen broadband plan, signal reception, or how their service provider designs its network).
†nbn provides wholesale services to phone and internet providers. nbn™ wholesale speed tiers available to providers vary depending on the access technology in an end customer’s area. An end customer’s experience, including the speeds actually achieved over the nbn™ broadband access network, depends on the nbn™ access network technology and configuration over which services are delivered to their premises, whether they are using the internet during the busy period, and some factors outside of nbn’s control (like their equipment quality, software, chosen broadband plan, signal reception, or how their provider designs its network). Satellite users may experience latency.