MPLS (IP VPN)
High-Performance Connectivity Across Your Business Locations.
Why iTel MPLS?
Available over a variety of ethernet connections (fibre, bonded, wavelength, cable, DSL & more).
No Additional Hardware
4 hour Mean Time To Repair (MTTR)
Maximize Network Potential
iTel connects multiple upstream carriers and connection types to build a one-of-a-kind “network of networks” that spans the country. Because of this we have the unique ability to connect all your locations – no matter where they are – on one unified network. Organizations across North America can transfer critical data quickly and securely between all sites while still maintaining strict security.
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