October 24, 2012
SolveForce Extends Enhanced Connectivity Services in Illinois
By Arvind Arora
SolveForce, a provider of telecommunications services and solutions emanating from a range of telecom carriers, is now going to introduce its telecom services in Illinois.
Rapidly growing exchange of video, audio and multimedia content through the Internet has been increasing the need for enhanced networks, higher bandwidths and superior technologies to enable users to make the most out of their digital world.
SolveForce offers a variety of pricing and carrier options available within various localities. As soon as a customer selects his or her pricing plan, SolveForce sends the paperwork directly from the carrier, so that the service and billing are provided directly by the carrier.
With the new advancement, businesses from Illinois will now be able to leverage the benefits of enhanced telecommunications services, such as dedicated solutions, high-speed Internet services and low-cost Internet connections for smaller businesses as well.
Metro Ethernet and Fast Ethernet Bandwidth connections will now be available to enterprises in Chicago, which can also switch to Gigabit Ethernet, which offers data transfer speeds ranging from one to 10 Gbps per second. Apart from accessing the Internet, Ethernet services also play a vital role in establishing connectivity between local offices.
The services are offered in a variety of options, such as Ethernet over Fiber, with optic fiber, or Ethernet over Copper that deploys twisted copper wires for fast connectivity.
Dark fiber services fulfill the requirements of bigger corporations that need very high Bandwidth. The unlit fiber optic lines buried underground comprise dark fiber strands, the potential of which has yet to be tapped.
Similarly, SolveForce will offer dedicated T1 Line or T3 Lines to Aurora businesses, which can further deploy Point-to-Point Lines, or lines connecting many locations to each other. Leveraging multiple ports, these lines effectively transfer a huge amount of data in a rapid manner and ensure secure delivery of the data, as no connection is shared off of them.
With the help of a T1 PRI, the T1 Line or T3 Line can provide quality voice services as well.
The company will also offer a number of cloud services in Illinois, some of which are Software-as-a-Service (SaaS (News - Alert)), Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS), Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS), Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), Hosting-as-a-Service (HaaS) and Ethernet-as-a-Service (EaaS).
Earlier this month, SolveForce extended its services to Arkansas to ensure that the cities in that region benefit by the array of solutions available, such as MPLS, wide area network configuration, VoIP, hosting and calling services.
Edited by Braden Becker
More Dark Fiber Community Stories