With an MPLS network you can achieve a greater Quality of Service (QoS) for your customers.
Your business network needs to be responsive to the fluctuating demands of your application workloads, and have greater reach in order to meet the cost and performance demands of your business, which is exactly what our MPLS solution does.
Multi-Protocol Label Switching or MPLS as it’s also known, is the method of bringing together multiple sites and unifying them into one single communications platform. Protocols are an important part of sending and receiving information across the internet and different protocols exist for different telephony technologies.
As an MPLS provider, Comm-Tech, will work closely with you to design the network to ensure maximum upload and download speeds.
Our enterprise-wide MPLS network supports interconnection between corporate headquarters, branch offices, mobile device users and remote workers throughout the UK.
The labeling technology ensures high speeds with a high standard of performance standards, whereas the more traditional IP networks are typically slower due to high traffic (meaning there are heavy demands on the QoS).
MPLS offers quality of service guaranteed over the network – which is key for video and voice services. This means we are able to provide rapid delivery of data and a higher standard of service with guaranteed reliability, speed, and voice quality.
MPLS offers greater security that is often required for companies which need enhanced privacy and security such as the legal and banking sectors. All offices connect to a MPLS network through a private network with no internet facing gateways; this means that data shared and applications accessed from site to site will never leave your business domain.
Built-in Disaster Recovery
Disaster recovery is improved through better system access, MPLS offers data back up by linking data centres and other sites in numerous ways to the Cloud. Unlike other networks, MPLS allows remote sites to easily and virtually reconnect to back up locations should a problem ever occur.
A Unified Network
With MPLS you are consolidating your network into a single enterprise infrastructure, which significantly reduces your network complexity and cost through centralised control.
As you are managing one network between various locations you are able to gain better control for simple monitoring. Online reporting allows you to see what’s happening on the network and reassign priorities if need be.