A worldwide network - OVH
Our own worldwide network

At OVH, we place one word above all others – MASTERY. We design and build our own servers, racks and hosting towers, and we also design and operate our own network. Depending on the server range, this approach enables us to offer guaranteed bandwidths of 100 Mbps, 200 Mbps, and 300 Mbps.

Over 4.5 Tbps across the globe



To guarantee high speed, high quality bandwidth and low latency time, OVH has chosen to deploy its own global fibre optic network. The network is managed using DWDM devices and is currently being migrated to 100G coherent technology, offering you to a total capacity of 4.5 Tbps to the worldwide web.



Map of the OVH America network

The OVH America network.
500 Gbps capacity to the internet.

Map of the OVH Europe network

The OVH Europe network.
2000 Gbps capacity to the internet.

Map of OVH Asia network

The OVH Asia network.



High quality routing infrastructure



Our routing infrastructure is essentially based on Cisco products, as OVH and Cisco have a priviledged technical partnership.



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

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



Cisco 6K router operating in the RBX2 datacenter

Cisco 3650 switches operating in the RBX2 datacenter



Anti-DDoS protection



All OVH dedicated hosting services include protection against all types of DDoS attacks. Three 160 Gbps anti-DDoS infrastructures have been set up in the Roubaix, Strasbourg and Beauharnois datacentres.

OVH is thus capable of mitigating up to 480 Gbps, 24/7.

More info.



A high security network



To guarantee the maximum redundancy and availability of your OVH.com product or server internet connection, all links are at least doubled at every routing point.

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

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