Ask any business organization owner about the kind of features that he or she wants from the technology that he uses for communications and you will most certainly hear the following words:
• Cost effectiveness and
• Simplicity of installation and management and operation.
Perhaps the one technology that will meet all of the above criteria and then some more is T1 internet connection. While there are many ways to get accessibility and connectivity to the Internet, T1 has come to the forefront because of the many benefits that it can afford most businesses.
Every business organization craves competitiveness in a market that is increasingly difficult to rule and competition that is growing by leaps and bounds. With the help of a T1 line, a business can enjoy almost instant scalability and the support of a service provider who is capable of delivering required bandwidth and bundled services.
Availability of network services
Even as a business organization may invest in the best possible communications technology, network services and their availability is also an important factor. Therefore, using a T1 internet connection makes sense because most service providers are capable of:
• Delivering 99.999% uptime
• Service Level Agreements that are robust
• Optional add-on services of network monitoring and failover services and
• Better security options which can encompass firewall, protection against network intrusion and anti-virus measures.
Simplicity of installation
A T1 connection works with conventional fiber optic cables over copper cables. Both these types of cables are present almost in every building today. Even if the building does not have fiber optic connectivity, it will most certainly have copper pair connectivity because of the availability of telephone lines. A T1 Internet line can be established with the help of copper cables.
Normally, a T1 internet connection does tend to be on the more expensive side. This is because of the technology that goes into offering high levels of availability and reliability. Normally, T1 lines can cost anywhere from $180 to $500 every month. The consultants at TelcoSolutions help navigate through the infinite number of providers to help the business owner find the best solution(s) possible.
SD-WAN (or ‘software defined area networking’) is a changing the way multi-site businesses (or those with homeworkers) connect and build their networks. This post will discuss the importance of a good connection for SD-WAN and the benefits of the technology.
For the last couple of decades, large company wide-area networking (WAN) services have used multiprotocol label switching (MPLS) as the mainstay. However, now many businesses are either switching to SD-WAN or analyzing whether they should do so. So, which is the right option for your business?
With over 75 years of combined experience, the TelcoSolutions team has a wealth of knowledge in the telecom sector. We have seen drastic changes occur throughout this time, and have made it our priority to stay ahead of the curve to be able to offer our clients the right solutions at the best prices. We are able to do this by leveraging the 180 providers in our portfolio to find the correct solution for our individual clients. Customer satisfaction is of utmost importance to us. Through our dedicated account management team, we ensure that the installation, on-boarding, billing, and customer service are all accounted for and run as smoothly and efficiently as possible. Our experienced professionals and desire to maintain high levels of customer satisfaction are what set us apart from our competitors.
With over 75 years of combined experience, the TelcoSolutions team has a wealth of knowledge in the telecom sector.
We represent a vast range of providers that prove to be stable, affordable and trusted partners. We only acquire top quality service.
We are so happy with TelcoSolutions. Not only did they provide us with a service we can count on, they reduced our costs.
While initially focused on the United States, TelcoSolutions has expanded to being able to offer solutions around the world. Our relationships with 180 providers allows us unprecedented access to offer voice, data and cloud solutions globally.