Consolidate Your Business Application on a Single Private, Multi-site Network.
Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) is data forwarding technology that increases the speed and controls the flow of network traffic.
With MPLS, data is directed through a path via labels instead of requiring complex lookups in a routing table at every stop.
Scalable and protocol independent, this technique works with Internet Protocol (IP) and Asynchronous Transport Mode (ATM).
MPLS is considered a layer 2.5 networking protocol. Layer 2 carries IP packets over simple LANs or point-to-point WANs, while layer 3 uses internet-wide addressing and routing using IP protocols.
MPLS sits in between, with additional features for data transport across the network.
By allowing for multiple traffic types to traverse the network
By utilizing optional paths for traffic to avoid congestion
By allowing multiple Classes of Service to different types of traffic such as VOIP
MPLS networks enable businesses to converge business applications onto a single private network across locations.
The fully-meshed architecture creates a site-to-site connection that avoids the bottlenecks and bandwidth demands inherent in outdated hub-and-spoke models.
CFBTEL MPLS networks enable businesses to converge business applications onto a single private network across locations.
The fully-meshed architecture creates a site-to-site connection that avoids the bottlenecks and bandwidth demands inherent in outdated hub-and-spoke models. in outdated hub-and-spoke models.
Because of the any-to-any nature of CFBTEL MPLS Services, network architects can reduce the number of hops between network points, which creates increased response time and improved application performance.
With an any-to-any configuration, a private network is provisioned between all locations, with each location able to connect to the others. This improves the overall performance and reliability of the network.
Your available usable bandwidth increases and your critical applications like voice and video are guaranteed 100% uptime. As customer data enters the MPLS network, a label is attached to each packet. This label identifies specific Virtual Private Networks (VPN) in a shared infrastructure and keeps it private.
Upon reaching its destination, the tag is removed, and the data packet is back to its original state.
CFBTEL offers several WAN redundancy (Auto-Failover) options for customers who require highly-available Voice, MPLS, and Direct Internet Access (DIA) services.
With diverse carriers and access mediums, physical redundancy is combined with our network-based intelligent routing solutions to deliver a reliable, fully automated failover solution.
Our standard offering includes three options that provide varying levels of service to meet a diverse range of customer requirements both technically and financially. both technically and financially.