In a fast paced world, clients want fast paced results. If your telecommunications services are providing less than optimal speeds, it may be time for an upgrade. We understand that every business has unique needs, which is why we offer various telecommunication options to fit your company and your budgets.
Is your business running on a slow DSL or ISDN internet connection? Improve speeds, reliability, and support with a much faster T1 connection. Most places still don’t have fiber installed in that area, so a T1 connection could be the most economical solution to improving internet speeds. A T1 line can carry 24 digitized voice channels, or it can carry data at a rate of 1.544 megabits per second. If the T1 line is being used for telephone conversations, it plugs into the office’s phone system. If it is carrying data it plugs into the network’s router. ¬A T1 line can carry about 192,000 bytes per second — roughly 60 times more data than a normal residential modem. It is also extremely reliable — much more reliable than an analog modem. Depending on what they are doing, a T1 line can generally handle quite a few people. For general browsing, hundreds of users are easily able to share a T1 line comfortably.
T3 lines are a common aggregation of 28 T1 circuits that yields 44.736 Mbps total network bandwidth. Besides being used for long-distance traffic, T3 lines are also often used to build the core of a business network at its headquarters
Short for Multiprotocol Label Switching, an IETF initiative that integrates Layer 2 information about network links (bandwidth, latency, utilization) into Layer 3 (IP) within a particular autonomous system–or ISP–in order to simplify and improve IP-packet exchange. MPLS gives network operators a great deal of flexibility to divert and route traffic around link failures, congestion, and bottlenecks.
Short for Voice Over Internet Protocol,VOiP is simply more valuable than traditional calling services. The reason is, of course, cost. VoIP offers more flexibility and better service without having the same costs of traditional phone systems. Let us analyze your needs and see if VoIP is the more effective route.