February 13, 2013
Philadelphia Ethernet Services Launched by SolveForce
By Jyothi Shanbhag
SolveForce, a provider of advanced communications solutions, has recently launched Philadelphia Ethernet services in Pennsylvania.
With this launch, SolveForce has once again strengthened its position as the most cost-efficient telecom service provider in the region. The company has been pursuing major rollouts of its services across the U.S. and has thus made it easier for businesses and residents in different area to get access to fast and affordable Internet services, as well as easy-to-use infrastructure that facilitate fast data transfer.
Yeadon, Darby, Lansdowne, Drexel Hill and Ardmore, PA residents can also enjoy the variety of services offered by SolveForce. Much of the service includes but is not limited to analog and digital phone services, fiber optic Internet services and VPLS.
The launched plan is geared toward providing the whole of Philadelphia and its outskirts, with modern Internet connections fast enough to cater for both individual and business use.
This rollout has ultimately introduced new products and services to SolveForce’s catalog. For a long time, the company had stuck to native services such as MPLS over DSL and leased T1 or T3 lines. This new launch, however, has necessitated the use of faster, more efficient services such as Fiber Optic Internet Service, ADSL, DSL and SDSL Internet, fixed wireless 3G and 4G, among several other services.
With these new pieces of technology backing up the new service plan, SolveForce, a company that once got a nomination to the coveted Customer Choice Award (in 2011), projects the business’ Ethernet connections from speeds of 2Mbps to 10Gbps, subject to availability.
Since its founding by Ron Legarski in Orange (News - Alert) County, California eight years ago, SolveForce has grown from a private telecommunications firm to the epitome of quality and reliability without bias in the market niche.
Other solutions available to companies in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania may include high-speed Internet access solutions, Conference Calling, Cable Internet, and Satellite Broadband service for back-up connections and rural areas – all from a much larger selection of ISPs, WISPs, LECs and CLECs that businesses can choose from.
Edited by Braden Becker
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