Megaport Solutions for the Public Sector

About Megaport Cloud Router
Launched in January 2018, Megaport Cloud Router (MCR) enables customers to instantly provision and control virtual routers through Megaport’s web-based portal. Enterprises and Service Providers can unlock powerful use cases such as cloud-to-cloud networking and deploy Virtual Points of Presence (VPoPs) without the need to purchase or maintain physical routing equipment, thereby reducing total cost of ownership. With MCR, customers can rapidly deploy services and control traffic at the IP level. 

About Megaport Virtual Edge
Announced in August 2020, Megaport Virtual Edge (MVE) supports the hosting of Network Function Virtualization (NFV), such as SD-WAN capabilities, directly on Megaport’s global Software Defined Network (SDN). With MVE, customers can tap into Megaport’s extensive platform reach to extend their network functions closer to the edge, in real time and without the need to deploy hardware. MVE can securely connect users, branch locations, data centers, and XaaS. Megaport and Cisco are collaborating to enable Cisco SD-WAN as the first use case on MVE.

Megaport, Virtual Cross Connect, VXC, MCR, MVE, and MegaIX are registered trademarks of Megaport (Services) Pty Ltd ACN 607 432 646.

  • Megaport Services
    • Ports – High-speed Ethernet interfaces (1 Gbps, 10 Gbps, and 100 Gbps) that connect to the Megaport network.

    • Virtual Cross Connect (VXC) – Connection between any two endpoints on the Megaport network. Most connections support capacity ranging from 1 Mbps to 10 Gbps. Within the same metro, some high-capacity ports can support up to 20 Gbps connections.

    • Megaport Cloud Router (MCR) – Virtual router for on-demand, private, Layer 3 connectivity to service providers between key global routing zones.

    • Megaport Virtual Edge (MVE) – On-demand Network Functions Virtualization service that supports branch-to-cloud connectivity on the Megaport SDN. MVE provides the edge-computing framework to deploy SD-WAN gateways, virtual routers, and integrated transit gateways.

    • Internet Exchange (IX) – Connect to content and services across multiple regions, exchanging traffic directly and reducing bandwidth usage on client Internet connections.