Call One’s VPLS service securely extends the Ethernet local-area network (LAN) throughout the entire WAN, making our network completely transparent. It includes fully meshed Layer 2 multipoint connectivity to the customer — no matter where your sites are located and independent of the access technology being used.
What is VPLS?
Virtual Private LAN Service (VPLS) is a technology that allows users in multiple locations to communicate effectively over a Wide Area Network (WAN) with the control and feel of a Local Area Network (LAN). WAN service links your locations, from data hubs and call centers to branch offices. VPLS supports most network connectivity types, including point-to-point, point-to-multipoint, multipoint-to-point and more.
Benefits of VPLS Solutions:
VPLS creates a secure networking environment that supports the transmission of sensitive data. Your business maintains control over routing, reinforcing security.
- Bandwidth Flexibility
With its switches, VPLS utilizes bandwidth more effectively than traditional Ethernet service, so growing companies scale up quickly. Switched Ethernets provide high bandwidth support for LAN connectivity, which makes VPLS a convenient way to extend the bandwidth of existing Ethernets.
- Routing Flexibility and Control
Routing flexibility simplifies the process of adding or deleting sites. And with VPLS, businesses maintain control over routing and manage their own networks and connectivity. Because routing tables are not shared with the carriers, security is assured.
How We Can Help
Connectivity and Technical Expertise
Are you thinking that your business could benefit from VPLS? Call One helps you determine if this service is right for your situation. If it is, we find the right VPLS provider for your unique needs. We also manage your billing and act as your single point of contact for all your telecommunications services. If you ever have a service issue, we take on the role of troubleshooter to get your problem resolved quickly.
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