Point to Point

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Point to Point

Our point to point series network is the fastest network can be easily used easily in congested areas. Also, it helps to save the money on expensive leased line system. We provide you with blistering speed and ensure our network is the fastest network among all others. Point to point network is best in class with approved security by the government which can be easily accessed in both licensed and unlicensed frequencies.


Point to point connections basically refers to a communication connection of two endpoints. A2J Data’s wireless network connection can link two locations at one time. It provides a separate connection channel to each pair of the computer. It is the first wireless network with specialized features. With the help of supporting family of customers and best outdoor wireless network, we are one of the best and successful broadband companies.

  • Building to build a connection
  • Leased line replacement
  • Fiber wiring
  • Provide high speed in congested areas


Point to point help to save the cost of the expensive leased line and provide you with speed up to 300 Mbps in 40 MHz channel with the frequency of 4.9-5.9 GHz. PTP network is a secure network so there is no worry about data leak. You can easily check how your network is performing with the help of a PTP network and it manages website traffic and gives you various local benefit in the large area.

After all the benefits we give you, we would still like you to see and experience them for yourself. Like all of our customers, you’ll be delighted to have contacted us for our services at the best possible prices at the moment.

Point to Point Connectivity (P2P)

What Do We Mean by a Point-to-Point Connection?

Point-to-point connections, sometimes called a point-to-point link, P2P links, private line, or leased line, securely connect two locations using a Layer 2 data connection, building a closed network. Data on these connections doesn’t travel on the public internet, where it could be vulnerable to hackers or cyberattacks. Point-to-point connections are extremely secure, so much so that only limited data encryption may be necessary when using them. However, if an extremely high degree of security is required, think government or finance, some carriers offer encryption with their point-to-point services.

Point to Point Connectivity Between Two Locations.

When Is Point-to-Point the Right Choice?

Point-to-point connections are available in a range of service levels, but they’re most commonly used for high-bandwidth (the amount of data that can be transmitted in a specific window of time) and low latency (the delay between the user’s action and the network’s response). Point-to-point connections also have minimal packet loss, which occurs when small units of data or “packets” never reach their destination.

Point-to-point connections can deliver these high service levels because data always travels back and forth in the same way across a dedicated route. When businesses use the public internet, their data may be routed differently at different times or rerouted to reach its destination. With a point-to-point connection, data travels a predictable path, meeting customer expectations (and provider promises) for a high quality of service (QoS).

What to Consider Before Choosing Point-to-point Service

Although point-to-point connections offer a range of benefits to businesses and organizations, they also require more of a commitment of time and resources than using public internet connectivity.

First, these connections are unmanaged links. The user typically provides all of the hardware necessary for the connection and is responsible for troubleshooting the link unless one end of the connection needs repair from the provider.

Next, even though point-to-point connection services are offered with service level agreements (SLAs), the customer will agree to participate in meeting them. For example, the user also bears the responsibility for managing traffic prioritization and queuing, usually assigning a network administrator with the knowledge and skill to classify network traffic by importance and schedule it. The business’s ability to successfully take on these tasks will contribute to high-priority data getting where it needs to be and, ultimately, meeting levels of speed and reliability.