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Reliability and instant access to high-capacity bandwidth are what today’s businesses need to thrive.
As demands increase, so must your Internet Access capability. Rely on iRis Networks’ robust fiber infrastructure to deliver and transport bandwidth loads necessary for enterprise-level businesses and beyond.
Built for the long-haul, our fiber network provides world-class broadband connectivity that offers superior quality, greater capacity and better user experience for businesses and organizations of all shapes and sizes.
Ready for lit buildings? Our fiber network is essential for multi-office unit developments to attract tenants and stay competitive. We can provide flexible solutions within these lit buildings between a combination of end-user sites, networks and exchanges — making information-sharing simple, reliable and cost-effective.
- Flexible and scalable to grow with your demands—10M to 100G
- Dedicated connection, not shared or asymmetrical (upload and download speeds are the same)
- New lower latency backbone provides for a faster way to reach national CDN peering and carrier hotels
- Physical and virtual backbone topologies are both diverse and multi-homed
- Backbone connection for other carriers
- Redundant connection
- Highly beneficial for carriers and locations with high-bandwidth traffic and critical usage needs like business parks, medical, financial and education hubs
Other connectivity Options
For scalable solutions that deliver, turn to iRis for amazing connectivity, quality and flexibility.
Our dark fiber allows any bandwidth while reducing latency and maintaining diversity.
Our Regional Network
350 E. Cermak
Better quality & Better user experience.
At Iris, we’re working hard to connect people, offices, ideas and our region with the most robust, reliable business communications solutions. Operating a 5,000-mile fiber network, we’re expanding our digital footprint across Tennessee and parts of Alabama, Georgia and Kentucky.