Aire Network

One of our main strengths regarding the delivery of telecommunication services is our network. Aire Networks continuously invests in infrastructure, enlarging the coverage.

Currently we cover the whole of the Spanish territory through optic fibre and radio links. We have added the mobile network to our multi-service network, recently reinforced by the acquisition of spectrum in the 2.6GHz band, which allows us the generation of network in order to operate the 4G+ service, based on LTE Advanced technology.

Nowadays our network is one of the largest in Spain, with 27000 kilometres and a growth rate of more than N*100 Gbps. Aire’s Network consists of multiple IP-over-WDM fiber links. In addition, many POP’s (Points of Presence) join this topology, which extract Layer 2 and Layer 3 services to any client who requests them. The network consists on a main network (CORE), developed by next-generation native IP technology with IPv6 Dual Stack support and MPLS (Multiprotocol Label Switching), combining fibre optic with radio links in last mile circuits intended for IP transit.

Aire’s network circuits are PTP (Point To Point) ones, bound to others POP’s in the network, as well as worldwide interconnections with major carriers. Furthermore, as a service guarantee, all the POP’s belonging to the network are physically connected by fibre and radio to the others POP’s, ensuring the redundancy of the service. Provincial and regional POPs connect with final clients.

Our network is designed according to the highest standards of quality, by fulfilling the current legislation in telecommunication affairs.


Our peering agreements are constantly evolving, adding three to four private peering agreements daily. This situation places Aire Networks as the 355th global carrier by traffic volume.

COR 24/7 (Network Operation Center)

The NOC provides a 24x7x365 technical support service, always ready to assist and respond to any inquiry our clients might have. A highly qualified personnel constantly monitors all the circuits, making key decisions in a matter of minutes when an anomaly in the QoS is detected. Moreover, in response to an incidence, the NOC organizes well-trained technical personnel to resolve it as soon as possible. The NOC’s duties include:

  • - Receipt of incidences.
  • - Creation/closure of a breakdown ticket.
  • - Reporting the state of the breakdown.
  • - Filters’ upgrades due to network attacks.
  • - Modifying network equipment configurations.

  • - Queries about anomalies detected.
  • - Testing Requests.
  • - Backup Requests.
  • - IP routing upgrades.
  • - Network monitoring.