CyberNet Communications
Business Telecom Solutions

Blazing Fast

Cyber Gigabit Fiber Internet

Gigabit Fiber Internet is a fiber-to-the-premise internet connection. Our fiber cables transfer data 1000 Megabits per Second, up to 50x faster than the average download speed in America. And with our symmetric Gigabit Fiber service, that speed goes both ways, meaning that the lightning-fast speed of your uploads now matches your downloads.


Cybernet Benefits

Outstanding Client Experience

We provide superior service, backed by our core values of simplicity, speed and agility.


Rapid Installation - Get Installed In As Little As 24 Hours


Industry-Leading Service Level Agreement


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Crystal Clear

Cyber Phone Lines

Empower your employees with a fully hosted, cloud-based VoIP service that combines a full range of advanced features, applications and management tools over the Cybernet network, helping to reduce your infrastructure costs and maintenance concerns.


Our Clients

A Few Customers Who Entrust Their Mission Critical Voice And Data Services With Us


Our Partners

CyberNet Communications, Inc. first entered the telecommunications scene as a CLEC in 1995 with a fresh and novel idea – To provide big business solutions to small and medium-sized enterprises at affordable prices and with personalized support. Over the last two decades, this commitment has never faltered and, although the scope of our customer base has expanded to include larger companies and multi-location corporations, the company fundamental philosophy of being customer-committed has never changed. We have designed our internal structure, product deployment direction, and marketing strategies to achieve this goal.


Cyber's Services

  • PRI (Primary Rate Interface) is a physical connection to the PSTN over a dedicated line that only serves voice transmission.
  • PRI uses a circuit switched model for making voice connections between people
  • PRI has a guaranteed Quality of Service (QoS)
  • SIP (Session Initiating Protocol) Trunking is a virtual connection to the PSTN over a physical line that is often shared over your existing data connection.
  • SIP Trunking uses a packet switched model for making voice connections between people
  • SIP Trunking is typically Best Effort

MPLS stands for “Multiprotocol Label Switching”. It is best defined as a protocol for efficiently directing network traffic to prioritize your most important data.

Let’s take a very basic view of how MPLS differs from traditional equivalents. Without MPLS data packets passing through a router are “read”, and the data extracted is used to determine where the packet should be sent next. Such a process takes time, thus slowing down the transmission of data around your network.

MPLS works rather differently. When data packets first arrive at the router they are assigned a “label” which can be added to, removed or altered. The presence of this label means that the router can ascertain the destination for such a packet without needing to examine the entire thing.

VPLS stands for “Virtual Private LAN Service”. It is best defined as a protocol for connecting two remote networks in one single bridged connection. In other words VPLS allows one to connect to a LAN over a VPN.

The benefit of such a system of course is that it can connect geographically dispersed sites, each of whom can communicate with one another from the safety of a local network. An example of a situation in which a VPLS might be the best solution is when a user needs to securely connect to an off-site storage or data centre.

As you may have guessed, one of the main benefits of VPLS over MPLS are the levels of security offered. The fact that VPLS does not share layer 3 routing tables with the service provider, while MPLS may do so, means that VPLS is generally the better solution for highly-sensitive data.

Cyber’s private WAN solutions let you harness the power of digital transformation by moving to cloud-based IT models and embracing digital tools such as social, mobility, analytics, and the internet of things (IoT).

Use our scalable, reliable and secure IP/optical solutions to connect your large sites and data centers in a private/hybrid cloud using Ethernet, dark fiber, or wavelengths instead of inflexible WAN services.

Connect your small branch sites to your private/hybrid cloud efficiently and cost-effectively with our agile, flexible and virtualized SD-WAN solutions using any mix of xDSL, Ethernet, or mobile broadband instead of costly leased lines.

With integrated network and service management that leverages carrier SDN technology, you can increase efficiency and reduce OPEX by managing multiple network layers and end-to-end applications and services.