January 31, 2013
SolveForce Expands its Services to Nashville
By Raju Shanbhag
MPLS networks are said to reduce costs for companies compared to conventional data services like frame relay and ATM. It also allows network designers to lessen the number of hops between network points, and hence is more reliable.
MPLS networks reportedly provide faster disaster recovery facilities.
SolveForce has now introduced its services fully in the Nashville area. Services are also offered in Tennessee and throughout the world.
The services provided by the company in the Nashville area include T3 Line Bandwidth and T1 line circuit, along with assistance to the MPLS and VPLS network. These services have brought in tons of sales for its products, and provide users in Nashville with features like Fiber Optic Internet service and Dark fiber networks.
A fiber optic network is more reliable than conventional means of data transfer. Users of this technology also have the advantage of having less loss of data in transmission.
Optical networks also use materials that are cheaper and more reliable.
Speaking at a launch, a company SolveForce spokesperson said, “SolveForce will remain the leader in Telecommunications with its quality service and low prices with carrier diversity.”
“This, among other reasons, is why the company was nominated for the 2011 Customers choice Award, which is sought after by several companies in the same category,” the official said. “The award committee recognized SolveForce as one of the best telecom consultancy-based companies as well as an amazing Internet service provider brokerage.”
Apart from the Nashville area, the company has expanded its service to many other areas of late as well. This includes the local Mississippi area, where the company rolled out its multi protocol label switching (MPLS) service recently.
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Edited by Braden Becker
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