ONE Burbank and Net Neutrality
On December 14, 2017, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to repeal net neutrality regulations. ONE Burbank, however, is reaffirming its commitment to uphold net neutrality standards for its customers. Rest assured ONE Burbank will never sell your browsing information or online content, or engage in throttling or paid prioritization.
All ONE Burbank customers will be able to send content through the ONE Burbank network at high speed without having to pay extra. ONE Burbank is committed to providing a standard of internet service that serves the community and doesn’t create barriers or delays for our customers. Feel free to contact ONE Burbank if you have questions, or to find out if ONE Burbank is the right choice for your business.
Internet Services Offered by ONE Burbank
Secure, point-to-point dark fiber connections are available at many locations throughout Burbank. Dark fiber internet connections are limited to companies based in Burbank.
Dedicated Internet Access (DIA)
This highly secure service provides access to full subscribed capacity for symmetrical uploads and downloads. Choose port speeds from 20 Mbps to 1 Gbps fiber to the business with full 24-hour monitoring and customer support.
Virtual Private LAN Services (VPLS)
With ONE Burbank VPLS service, your business is managed point-to-point and point-to-multi-point via an Ethernet connection, so you can securely share data, video, and voice traffic at speeds of 20 MBPS to 1 GBPS without costly additional equipment.
Wave Lambda Services
Ideal for bandwidth-intensive or latency sensitive applications, ONE Burbank wave lambda service can improve your network performance with maximum, 1 GBPS to 10 GBPS point-to-point speed and efficiency. It's all connected through a point of presence (PoP) at One Wilshire data center.
Communication Transport Services (CTS)
Uni-directional, point-to-point transport services for SDI, ASI, and HDTV video services.
ONE Burbank Internet Technology
High-bandwidth Ethernet technology for internet access in local area networks.
A fiber-optic transmission technique that uses light wavelengths to transmit data.