MPLS network design is a complex matter, especially when there are multiple MPLS providers that each can only serve a few of a customer's network locations. One really has to know their way around at the various national carriers like AT&T, CenturyLink, Level 3 etc. And it becomes even more complex when there are international offices around the globe involved.
We believe to fully understand the MPLS industry and the ever changing landscape of products, ordering procedures, billing issues, customer support, etc.
All of the MPLS network design experts we work with, have worked for the carriers we represent. This is crucial in finding you the best possible solution.
We are a solution provider for AT&T, Centurylink, Earthlink, Windstream, Airespring, Level 3, and many more. We take the complexity and hassle away from you and give you a single source for any carrier you want to contract with. Doing this saves you time, money, and keeps your focus on the day to day operations of your business. We provide you with presales, project management, and lifecycle support. Our goal is to create a long term relationship and become your Carrier Expert. We can assist you in working with multiple MPLS providers to create a single meshed MPLS network that covers all your locations.
We don't offer any real time MPLS pricing, and in fact we find it ridiculous that some people do. If you are serious about your network, so are we and we want to talk to you. Contact us, you won't be disappointed.
A MPLS network (Multi Protocol Label Switching) combines the benefits of Layer 2 switching and Layer 3 routing. It is a convergence of various IP switching implementations that use ATM and Frame Relay-like label swapping functionality to enable features such as VPNs, traffic engineering, and quality of service. When used with other enabling technologies, such as BGP multi-protocol extensions, independent VPN routing contexts in routers, and VPN-IPv4 addressing2, MPLS provides the capability of building an IP network infrastructure that delivers private network services over a shared infrastructure.
MPLS access types: cable, copper, fiber, 3G, 4G, microwave fixed wireless
You may also be interested in reading more about:
MPLS basic concepts (this is a pdf from Cisco from 2002 but explains MPLS basics very well)
MPLS Traffic Engineering Technology The MPLS Traffic Engineering (TE) Technology module discusses the requirement for traffic engineering in modern networks that must attain optimal resource utilization.
Cisco basic MPLS FAQ
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