As your business continues to grow, you find yourself adding locations, applications and people. Many businesses are also centralizing or decentralizing to adjust to the changing economy. In this environment, traditional data networks are becoming more expensive to manage and maintain. The challenges you face could be expensive if your network isn’t agile enough to grow with you.

What is a WAN?

A WAN is a network designed to cover a broad area and provides connectivity on a metropolitan, regional, or national scope using private or public network transports. Businesses utilize WANs to send data, voice and video services to employees, clients, and suppliers in a variety of geographic locations. In short, this mode of telecommunications allows a business to effectively carry out its daily function regardless of location. The most recognized WAN worldwide is the Internet!

At its core, a WAN is designed based on the capacity and applications you require which determines the type of circuit and bandwidth you will need. And, WAN’s are also configured based on the number and geographic location of each site in your business. Each WAN design is as unique as your business and engineered by knowledgeable experts to give you the room you need to grow.

Circuits
DSL (Digital subscriber line)


technology transmits data over phone lines without interfering with voice service.

 

T1 Circuit


is a network connection providing high speed T1 bandwidth of 1.544Mbps delivered over fiber optic or copper phone lines.

 

DS3 Line Service


is an Internet connection providing high speed DS3 bandwidth of 45Mbps delivered over fiber optic or coax cables.

 

Bonded T1 Service


is a connection providing high speed multiple T1 lines for Internet bandwidth between 1.544Mbps and 12Mbps.

 

Ethernet Service

is a connection providing high speed Ethernet bandwidth of 1Mbps to 10Gbps delivered as Ethernet over T1, Ethernet over DS3, Ethernet over Copper (EOC) or Ethernet over Fiber (EOF) lines.

 

 

Configurations
Point to Point Service


is a private connection securely connecting two or more locations with T1, DS3 or Ethernet speeds.

 

Hub-and-Spoke


configuration is a private network of connections securely arranged like a chariot wheel, in which all circuits’ move along spokes connected to the hub at the center.

 

VPN Service


is a virtual private network for securely connecting two or more locations over the public Internet or a private IP VPN network.

 

MPLS WAN Service


is a virtual private network for securely connecting two or more locations over the public Internet or a private MPLS WAN network.

 

 

Supported by strong service level agreements (SLAs), Stage 2 Networks WAN services range from simple monitoring to full management of your corporate network – so you can concentrate on growing your business rather than day-to-day telecom operations.

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