About Us

Overview

Fastway Transmissions Private Limited is fastest growing Multi System Operators (MSO) in North India. Fastway services are available in majority of areas in Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana and Union Territory of Chandigarh. Fastway provides Digital Cable TV services in North India. Fastway employs over 5000 people which include Local Cable Operators employees also.

Net+ Broadband is 100% subsidiary of Fastway Transmission Pvt Ltd and is an emerging independent ISPs in Punjab, offers high speed Internet through cable modem platform to residential, SME and corporate customers in all major cities and township of Urban Punjab. And through hotspot wireless broadband in rural Punjab.

Net+ Broadband’s over 5600 kms of optic fibre cable and last mile coaxial cable network in all its operational cities facilitates world-class service delivery to its customers.OFC laid in Punjab, Chandigarh and Panchkula. Fiber Connectivity in 44 cities and 1213 villages of Punjab on 96 core fiber.

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Vission & Mission

Our Vision:
We at Net+ are focused to realize our vision “To be the most preferred brand in broadband Services, by enhancing customers’ experience through innovative, reliable and value for money services.” We strive to be recognized at the regional level as a model ISP providing broadband internet and value-added services in socially responsible manner that facilitates development and growth in Punjab.

Our Motto:
Our Motto is to offer “Most Reliable, fast and Affordable” broadband services to end user for Amazing Experience.

Our Mission:
We are committed to deliver quality services to nurture long lasting relationships with our esteemed customers. We strive to create substantial value for all the stakeholders associated with the company. We truly believe in fundamentals of accountability and transparency and will continue to strive for the highest corporate standards thereby ensuring value creation for all.

Technology

Data Over Cable Service Interface Specification (DOCSIS) is an international telecommunications standard that permits the addition of high-bandwidth data transfer to an existing cable TV (CATV) system

It is employed by many cable television operators to provide Internet access over their existing hybrid fiber-coaxial (HFC) infrastructure. The various standards are sometimes abbreviated to Dx, as in a “D3 modem” (DOCSIS 3 modem).

A DOCSIS architecture includes two primary components: a cable modem(CM) located at the customer premises, and a cable modem termination system(CMTS) located at the CATV head-end. Cable systems supporting on-demand programming use a hybrid fiber-coaxial system. Fiber optic lines bring digital signals to nodes in the system where they are converted into RF channels and modem signals on coaxial trunk lines.

A typical CMTS is a device which hosts downstream and upstream ports (its functionality is similar to the DSLAM used in DSL systems)

DOCSIS includes MAC layer security services in its Baseline Privacy Interface specifications. Most recently, a number of enhancements to the Baseline Privacy Interface were added as part of DOCSIS 3.0, and the specification was renamed “Security” (SEC).

The intent of the BPI/SEC specifications is to describe MAC layer security services for DOCSIS CMTS to cable modem communications.

BPI/SEC security goals are twofold:

  • provide cable modem users with data privacy across the cable network
  • provide cable service operators with service protection; i.e., prevent unauthorized modems and users from gaining access to the network’s RF MAC services