Wide Area Networks For 2+ Sites
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A Wide Area network, otherwise called WANs, 2+ site connectivity, VPN, MPLS or VPLS. If you are looking for Fast, Dependable and Consistent any-to-any connectivity between 2 or more offices or between offices and data centres then a WAN could be for you.
When we run a cost comparison for your wide area network we can analyse which technology will be best suited to each site to make sure you receive the best value but still bringing all your sites together on a single, secure network.
When choosing a Wide Area Network you can pick between the following at each location: Fibre Leased Lines, EFM, FTTC, ADSL, SDSL, 3G or Point to Point Ethernet.
And whichever ones you connect with, they will all connect onto a shared core so there's only ever one network to take care of!
With all your locations you can choose the speed you need from 2Mbit/s right up to 1Gbit/s, and prioritise your traffic to make sure theWide Area Network important stuff always gets through.
A wide area network (WAN) is a network that covers a broad area (i.e. any telecommunications network that links across metropolitan, regional, national or international boundaries) using leased telecommunication lines. Business and government entities utilize WANs to relay data among employees, clients, buyers, and suppliers from various geographical locations. In essence, this mode of telecommunication allows a business to effectively carry out its daily function regardless of location. The Internet can be considered a WAN as well, and is used by businesses, governments, organizations, and individuals for almost any purpose imaginable.
From a quality of service (QoS) standpoint, ISPs will better be able to manage different kinds of data streams based on priority and service plan. For instance, those who subscribe to a premium service plan, or those who receive a lot of streaming media or high-bandwidth content can see minimal latency and packet loss.
- Secure connectivity between sites
- Wrap around SLA for all site locations
- Guaranteed bandwidth for data and voice between sites
- Centralised monitoring- as if all sites are in the same location
- Use any access method: ADSL, SDSL, EFM, Fibre Leased Line or even wireless Ethernet or a wireless WAN
VPN WAN Services have most of the standard wide area network advantages and can connect multiple sites over any distance.
To gain access to the VPN and its VPN Security, a user must use a unique identification and a password.
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