In addition to their existing roster of business and technology solutions, Maine Technology Group has recently launched several new services aimed to help central Maine businesses. Among the new solutions are business Internet services and Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS).
Learn more about each new solution for your business, below:
Ensuring your business has a reliable internet connection is critical for your team’s productivity at work, your clients’ peace-of-mind and the relationships you have with your various vendors that rely on collaborating with you. MTG is thrilled to be able to offer fast, secure, and scalable Internet services to Maine’s businesses.
Whether one single business location, or several, cable internet solutions provide companies with one network for Internet access over dedicated fiber or coax networks, with bandwidth options up to 10Gb. This means high-capacity connectivity to support data transfers, media sharing, media streaming and much, much more. Learn more about our Internet offerings »
Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS)
What is Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS)? MPLS "is a protocol for speeding up and shaping network traffic flows. Service providers can use MPLS to improve quality of service (QoS) by defining LSPs that can meet specific service level agreements(SLAs) on traffic latency, jitter, packet loss and downtime. For example, a network might have three service levels -- one level for voice, one level for time-sensitive traffic and one level for "best effort" traffic. MPLS also supports traffic separation and the creation of virtual private networks (VPNs) virtual private LAN services (VPLS) and virtual leased lines (VLLs)." (http://searchenterprisewan.techtarget.com)
If your business wants more from its current network, Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) is a highly scalable packet-switched network solution that increases traffic performance in high usage networks. MPLS assigns data packets with specific labels, thus routing data through virtual paths between nodes rather than endpoints. The results? Enhanced bandwidth use, reduced network congestion and an overall better user experience. MPLS supports DSL, TI/E1, Frame Relay and ATM.