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Overseas Infrastructure

 

The territorial continuity is very important for us and connecting overseas departments and territories is one of the main missions of the GIP RENATER
Calls for tenders are regularly issued in order to offer the best existing capacities.

- Martinique, Guadeloupe, Guyane
Martinique, Guadeloupe and French Guyana are connected to RENATER through a 34 Mbps virtual private network (VPN).

_Guadeloupe and Martinique access to internet through a shared capacity on a shared 34 Mbps link.
For French Guyana, the internet access is 10Mbps.
The CNES site in Kourou benefits from a 4x2Mbps dedicated infrastructure between Kourou and the CNES centre in Toulouse

- Réunion

Réunion and Paris are interconnected with 2x25 Mbps. Traffic management was improved by introducing hierarchical QoS implementation for the Google Cache servers.

- New-Caledonia
A submarine cable is linking New Caledonia to Australia. So, since the beginning of 2009, the RENATER Internet bandwidth for the New Caledonia increased to 30 Mbps complemented with the 4 Mbps Paris-Noumea link.

- Mayotte
A-VSAT solution is linking Mayotte to Paris. This link using a VPN technology with a 2 Mbps bandwidth

- French Polynesia

The University of French Polynesia is connected to Metropolitan France via a 128 Kbps link.