Multi-protocol Label Switching (MPLS) is a secure high performance telecommunications network that directs data from one network node to the next based on short paths rather than complex network routing. It offers any-to-any connectivity and the flexibility to support voice, video and real time data applications. Class of Service (CoS) option is an architecture that provides improved and predictable network services. Easy-to-use tools are provided for monitoring network performance, application status, and maintaining control of your network.
This Premises-based VPN solution uses a hub and spoke network topology to connection users over the public internet. A Tunnel Server initiates encrypted sessions using routers at the remote sites. This type VPN works exceptionally well as a budget network or as a backup for primary networks. The network can be accessed using Cable, T-1, 4G Wireless, or Ethernet. Remote workers can have secure access by using client software.
Network-based Hybrid VPN (WaaS)
WAN as a Service uses the public internet to connect to a private cloud. The vendor supplied customer’s edge router is pointed to the edge router in the datacenter. The end point are meshed forming an any-to-any Global network. IPSEC is used to secure the incoming branches to the cloud. This is fully managed, optimized, and redundant service which can be deployed much faster than MPLS. This solution can be used as a primary or backup network.
Ethernet Private Lines (EPL)
For businesses with two locations, Ethernet Private Line is a cost-effective, secure, high-capacity business solution. EPL reliably connects Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) with a lower-cost User-to-Network Interface (UNI), making it a smart replacement for traditional TDM private line service. High bandwidth, lowest latency, and security make this an excellent option for critical data transmission.