For more than a decade, companies have relied on Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) to create secure, private networks using IP technology. Packets are routed securely across the service provider owned MPLS network to connected users. Companies can reach that network across the world using virtually any access type, while the service provider manages routing and application prioritization.
With new business and the latest technologies, organizations are getting more options for their network. Still, the priorities stay the same, to make the most of their system and IT investments, and to improve operational efficiency while ensuring the security of enterprise applications.
According to a survey, 72% of respondents cited MPLS as critical for network functionality, with improved security, and is reliable with performance identified as top benefits. For these requirements, there’s no better network tool than MPLS. While MPLS may not be the best option for cloud-based applications, it remains an excellent tool for on-premises applications. It allows companies to connect geographically dispersed locations through a high-performance WAN solution.
As more applications and data are moved to the cloud, increased bandwidth becomes ever more critical. Extending MPLS with SD-WAN can be the perfect solution for blending speed, security, bandwidth, and cost.
SD-WAN, broadband, and the Internet can help in the search for a better solution for accessing cloud applications. But by themselves, each has limitations for enterprises. MPLS can power through those limitations.
MPLS can work with broadband, the Internet, and SD-WAN to complement each other and provide that stable, secure, private network that is necessary for most industries. MPLS VPNs enable enterprises to procure high-speed, cost-effective, and reliable bandwidth to run voice, video, Internet, and data applications.
When organizations want to add bandwidth, they can put SD-WAN on top of MPLS with broadband Internet access. Even though the MPLS system has been around for a while now, it still provides a solid backbone for WAN, and no new technology has changed that yet.
GoTel has had extensive discussions with companies about what they envision for their network for now and the future. Companies nationwide trust GoTel to connect their business information securely with employees and customers every day. We understand how to help move companies toward the future of cloud applications and dramatically changed network configuration. It brings technology together to meet organizations’ changing needs.
GoTel MPLS Networking is a converged networking service based on leading technologies. Companies can build comprehensive networks using a customizable variety of legacy ATM and Frame-Relay protocols, advanced Internet protocol, (IP)-centric MPLS, Ethernet, and virtual private LAN service (VPLS)-based solutions.A Technology Partner that Stays Connected
As networking technology evolves, it’s important to remember that there are existing solutions that provide the benefits and business outcomes companies are striving to achieve. No matter your organization’s current or future networking requirements, MPLS provides an IP layer-3 alternative backbone for that network—keeping it upright and functioning for longer, and more reliably than public VPNs can deliver on their own.
So when it’s time to update your network, give it a strong foundation with an MPLS solution from GoTel. With a flexible portfolio of technology and services, GoTel can be your single, trusted provider for years to come.
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