SolveForce Expands MPLS, Ethernet and Internet Services in Minnesota
SolveForce, a telecommunications consulting and broker service, has expanded its cable Internet networks, MPLS WAN services, hosted PBX (News - Alert) and VoIP solutions, T1 Internet and T3 providers throughout the state of Minnesota.
The company delivers cheaper Minneapolis DSL and satellite Internet services online. These offerings are designed specifically for startups or businesses with tight budget. Hosted PBXs and VoIP cut maintenance costs while improving efficiency in businesses.
Online services such as MPLS and VPLS offered by SolveForce are inexpensive compared to DSL and satellite Internet services. The company also delivers Internet T1 line and a T3 line. Further, VPN MPLS and VPLS networks are private or dedicated networks that are used by only one business. They are more secure and faster as they are not shared and can help a business save money on bandwidth fees.
In Bloomington, SolveForce offers a T1, T3, and point to point Lines that are exclusively available to enterprises, promising extra security and faster connectivity. The service allows for the transfer of voice and data, as well as other information that needs to be transferred. And in Rochester, the company is offering fast Ethernet or upgrade to Gigabit Ethernet and can quickly transfer one Gigabit of data in one second. Ethernet over fiber uses optic fiber lines while Ethernet over copper uses twisted copper wires. Both options help companies connect to different offices and internal online services to deliver faster Internet access to businesses.
Additionally, metro Ethernet, available to Duluth businesses, can supply many locations at the same time. This is ideal for businesses that need to connect to local offices. The Minnesota MPLS is an upgrade of this service and is ideal for larger corporations with greater amounts of data to transfer.
Cloud computing solutions are another cost-effective alternative to high-capacity solutions. The MPLS provider also delivers cloud computing solutions such as Hosting-as-a-Service (HaaS), Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS), Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS), Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), and Ethernet-as-a-Service (EaaS) in Minnesota.
Edited by Jamie Epstein