Our own worldwide network
At OVH, we value one concept above all: full control. We manage and maintain our own servers, racks and datacentres, and we also build and operate our own network. With this approach, we can offer up to 1 Gbps guaranteed bandwidth (and up to 3 Gbps optionally) depending on the server range. This represents a unique advantage on the market: low latency, and optimised delivery.

More than 12 Tbps across the globe

To ensure high-speed connection, high-quality bandwidth and low latency, we chose to invest in deploying our own fibre optic network. Managed with DWDM equipment which is being migrated onto 100G coherent technology, the OVH network offers a total capacity of 12 Tbps worldwide.

OVH US network map

The OVH America network
500 Gbps capacity to the internet.

OVH European network map

The OVH Europe network
2000 Gbps capacity to the internet.

OVH Asia-Pacific network map

The OVH Asia network

High-quality routing infrastructure

The routing infrastructure is based on products from Cisco, a company with which OVH has developed a unique technical relationship.

A Cisco ASR 9000 router connecting the Dedicated Cloud in the RBX2 datacentre

A Cisco Nexus 7 switch aggregating the Dedicated Cloud traffic in RBX2

Cisco 6K router operating in the RBX2 datacentre

Cisco 3650 switches operating in the RBX2 datacentre

Anti-DDoS protection

For our dedicated hosting services, we have integrated protection against all DDoS attack types. We have set up nine anti-DDoS infrastructures, with a capacity of 6x600Gps + 1x 240Gbps + 2x120Gbps in our datacentres.

With this protection in place, OVH can mitigate DDoS attacks up to 4 Tbps, 24/7.

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A high-security network

In order to guarantee maximum internet connection security for your OVH servers and products, our wiring is doubled as a minimum at each routing step.

Two Cisco routers (each with two network cards) make up the physical connection to your server. The fibre optic cables are at least doubled, and sometimes tripled.

Two Cisco switches managing the fibre transit for the RB2 cloud infrastructures.