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Wide Area Network (WAN)

WANs empower remote stakeholders to communicate and collaborate securely under one network, as if located within the same four walls. MPLS, VPLS, Broadband, FTTC, xDSL, fiber, copper EFM, 3G or 4G, and point-to-point:  All serve a specific purpose for organizations today, and each has strengths and weaknesses based upon an organization’s geographic and IT infrastructure.


Sip Trunking

SIP Trunking allows businesses to reap the positive benefits of a VoIP type service with the option to leverage their existing system or invest in an updated model. SIP is ideal for the users who are not ready to move to cloud-based technologies but want the flexibility and redundancy that comes with IP based service.

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In today’s business environment, it’s about having a connection wherever your employees need it. Whether Cable or FIOS Internet, Wi-Fi connectivity, Satellite internet or Mobile Broadband, all broadband networks are not created equal. Each carrier displays unique strengths and weaknesses. Find out who your best broadband options are today.



The software-defined wide-area network (SD-WAN) is a specific application of software-defined networking (SDN) technology applied to WAN connections, which are used to connect enterprise networks – including branch offices and data centers over large geographic distances. A WAN might be used, for example, to connect branch offices to a central corporate network, or to connect data centers separated by distance. In the past, these WAN connections often used technology that required special proprietary hardware. The SD-WAN movement seeks to move more of the network control into the “cloud,” using a software approach.

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