MPLS Network Service
MPLS Networks provide:
- Private connections between locations on the MPLS network
- Class of Service so that higher priority traffic like voice or transactional traffic can be given priority over other traffic
- Connectivity using DSL, T1, Ethernet, EoC, DS3, fiber, OCx circuits
MPLS Networks can consist of any mix of fiber, Ethernet over Copper (EoC), or legacy circuits like DSL, T1, DS3, or OCx. A MPLS network provides secure connections between the loctions on the network. It also can use Class of Service (CoS) to provide priority for selected types of traffic like voice, transactions, and video. Similar to how Travelocity or Priceline work for flights, this site will check out the availability and pricing from at least 30 different providers and we will assist you in choosing the most appropriate option(s) for your situation. Run quotes at Options for MPLS Networks.