Sparkle LAN2LAN service is a Carrier Ethernet solution that allows Operators to connect, permanently and exclusively, their End-Customers locations with Ethernet connectivity. A transparent Ethernet platform composed by Carrier Ethernet and Metro Ethernet Access Networks allows Operators to connect their End-Customer site with Ethernet connectivity between Sparkle Points of Presence (POPs) and the primary locations within Latin America, US and Europe.
The Sparkle Network is used by carriers, ISP's, content providers and other telecom operators for international connectivity among their sites, clients or partners and for enterprise who are looking for a simple and reliable way to extend their Networks using Ethernet Protocol.


Carrier Ethernet Service targets Customers who requires Ethernet connectivity among their End-Customers sites through an IP backbone compliant with the Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF) specifications offering point-to-point, point-to-multipoint and multipoint-to-multipoint solutions. Sparkle Carrier Ethernet service can be acquired in a wide range of speed from 2Mbps 10Gbps with both Ethernet types: Ethernet Line Service Type ( E-Line) and Ethernet LAN Service Type (E-LAN). 
The service can be configured as Ethernet Private Line Service (EPL), Ethernet Virtual Line Service (EVPL) and Ethernet Private LAN Service (EP-LAN) based on the Ethernet Virtual Connection Type (EVC) associated to the User Network Interface (UNI) on each Customer Site. 


  • A one-stop-shop service
  • Worldwide coverage with network outsourcing and equipment provisioning services
  • Standards MEF certified network with flexible and  granular bandwidth options from 2Mbps to 10Gbps (availability varies by region) with FastEthernet and GigaEthernet interface
  • EPL, EVPL and EP-LAN configuration types that allows Any-to-Any, Point-to-multipoint and Point-to-Point configurations    
  • Great reliability and fault tolerance
  • Main Features of a  MEF (MEF4 and MEF9) certified Carrier Ethernet network are: CE VLAN Preservation, Unicast/Multicast/Broadcast delivery, Layer 2 Control Protocol Processing, CE VLAN CoS Preservation, etc 
  • Network Performance backed by SLA credits against delivery and availability 
  • Multiple Access Technologies: Fiber Optic, SDH, XDSL, Wireless to customers locations
  • 24x7x365 Customer Support Centers