Internet and Data

Metro E (Optical Fiber Access)

We have perfect solutions for wider bandwidth on smaller budgets or if your organization is looking for efficient and cost-effective networking options that allow users in different locations across the city to communicate without disruption. Metro Ethernet offers efficient and scalable options to help you collaborate and communicate with your customers.

Widely available in larger cities, Metro Ethernet offers efficient and scalable network services within a specific region. These regions are frequently meshed in fiber-optic networks, making it more widely available in the specified metropolitan area.

Wireless Access (LTE & DAS)

What is DAS?
It's a network of distributed antennas designed to add coverage and capacity to areas of buildings where boosted service is needed (like shopping malls, stadiums, underground subways, parking garages or other large concrete buildings). This distributed capacity is connected via vertical fiber backbone to a headend, usually on the premises, which then connects to the carrier equipment and the broader network.

Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) allow operators to offload wireless traffic from a particularly user-dense environment from the macro network. In its earliest incarnations, DAS was regarded as a difficult-to-deploy solution suited only to specific installations. With the explosion in LTE demand, however, DAS has evolved into a critical part of the larger network.


What is Wide Area Network (WAN)?
A WAN is a communications network that spans a large geographic area across cities, states, or countries. They can be private to connect parts of a business or they can be more public to connect smaller networks together. The easiest way to understand a WAN is to think of the internet as a single entity, which comprises the world's largest WAN. Through the use of ISPs, the internet serves as a WAN by connecting lots of smaller local area networks (LANs) or metro area networks (MANs). On a smaller scale, a business may have a WAN that's comprised of cloud services, its headquarters, and smaller branch offices. The WAN, in this case, would be used to connect all of those sections of the business together.

  • MPLS - Multi-protocol label switching is a way to ensure reliable connections for real-time applications. Due to its high cost, many enterprises are now turning towards SD-WAN as a way to limit use.
  • VPN - A Virtual Private Network connection helps users outside a business's main office to be productive when they're on the go.
  • SDN - Software-Defined Networking is an architecture that enables a dynamic, programmatically efficient network configuration in order to improve network performance and monitoring making it more like cloud computing than traditional network management.
  • CDN - Content Delivery Network refers to a geographically distributed group of servers which work together to provide fast delivery of Internet content.

Dark Fiber Solutions

Dark Fiber solutions are available as physically secure fiber services with dedicated fiber strands providing maximum bandwidth and cost-effective scaling. It is tailor made for organizations that require high bandwidth and complete control over their network design and protocols. If you are looking for scalable bandwidth and want to manage and control your network, we have the right solution for you.

  • Custom Solutions - Network provides substantial physical route options
  • Security - Fully dedicated, private physical network infrastructure
  • Scalability - Network capacity as your bandwidth needs increase
  • Flexibility - Align network components with your changing requirements
  • Cost-Effectiveness - Consistent monthly costs and low incremental costs

SIP Trunks

Session initiation protocol (SIP) Trunking is a converged IP service based on a secure MPLS platform that delivers both voice and data traffic across a single network. If you are managing large and complex networks and dealing with large amounts of voice and data traffic, this can mean a lot of extra considerations for your tech team. It can also create a very expensive and increasingly inefficient way of daily operations. We can deliver a converged IP service that combines data and voice communication services into one solution as a simple way to maximize network capacity, minimize the number of trunks needed, and save your business money.

Features and Benefits

  • 100% based IP core
  • 99.9% Availability
  • Support for high available PBX deployments
  • Geographically redundant data centers
  • Emergency services and wireless local portability

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