Internet Access Solutions
What is MPLS (Multiprotocol Label Switching)?
MPLS is a method of labeling packets to ensure packets of data get where they're supposed to, and prioritized appropriately, via a sensible route.
When to use MPLS.
MPLS is used when you have more than one location in your network and you need to connect them with something more reliable than a simple internet connection. MPLS can be deployed on copper or fiber. So, it is a good fit regardless of speed and physical location.
If you need a reliable circuit with an SLA (Service Level Agreement) and QoS (Quality of Service), MPLS might be right for you.
Why use MPLS?
- Improve Uptime
- Create Scalable IP VPNs
- Improve User Experience
- Improve Bandwidth Utilization
- Hide Network Complexity
- Reduce Network Congestion