Telco-Grade Metal, Anywhere

Packet’s network-optimized bare metal, “go anywhere” model and unmatched developer experience provides the ideal infrastructure substrate for modern wireless and NFV deployments.

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Solution Highlights:
  • Fully automated deployments.
  • 100% dedicated infrastructure.
  • Deploy in 50+ markets worldwide.
  • Validated with key partners. 

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Carrier Grade Features, Meet Cloud Efficiency

  • Operated BMaaS
    Fully managed bare metal with a "go anywhere" model.
  • Enterprise Grade
    Private, completely isolated and single-tenant deployments available.
  • Network Optimized
    Network-optimized bare metal, built for all the acronyms: NFV, DPDK, VPP!
  • Automated Deployments
    Deploy instances in minutes via our API, portal or DevOps integrations.
  • Security & Performance
    Security focused platform features, including firmware and BIOS management.
  • Partner Friendly
    Aligned and validated with leading software, hardware, and connectivity partners.

Rock Solid Infrastructure You Can Build On

The Packet Platform is built to go anywhere, efficiently.

  • 90 Days
    To deploy in any city in the United States.
  • 7 Days
    To add new capacity to any facility.
  • 60s
    Average install time per server.
  • 60k
    Bare metal installs per month.
  • 24/7/365
    Follow the sun technical support.
  • 20 Gbps
    Network capacity per server

Hardware Built to Perform

Our n2.xlarge.86 is optimized for Telco & NFV use cases and is perfect for both virtualized and cloud native workloads. Openstack? VMware? Kubernetes? Yes, please!

  • 2 x Intel Xeon 5120
  • Quad Port Intel x710 NICs
  • 768GB RAM
  • 3.8 TB NVMe

Infrastructure for Operators.

Due to our unique focus on automated "go anywhere" bare metal, we've been working with telco operators since our founding. How can we help you succeed?

"With Packet's developer-friendly bare metal, we're able to take our Curiosity™ IoT platform to any city in the United States in 90 days of less. This is simply unheard of."

Ivo Rook, SVP of IoT at Sprint
Ivo Rook