MPLS Networks

Feb 01, 2017 Comments Off on MPLS Networks by

What is MPLS?

Multi Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) networking technology directs and carries data from one network endpoint to another. With MPLS network services, your business can seamlessly create virtual links between multiple locations within a Wide Area Network (WAN). The result is that your business can run more efficiently as MPLS service prioritizes voice, data or video traffic for improved communications across your MPLS network.
MPLS protocol is classified within the packet switching family and is available worldwide through various MPLS providers. How does an MPLS network work? Within an MPLS network, data packets that originate from one location are assigned labels. All packet forwarding decisions are based solely on the contents of the label without the need to examine the packet. Once the packets arrive at the destination, the MPLS network edge device removes the label to present the data in its original form. MPLS network services allow your business network to operate more efficiently and securely.

There are several benefits associated with MPLS network services. MPLS network service offers greater reliability and security, cost-savings as well as greater flexibility. Not to mention greater network performance, lower latency, packet loss and less network congestion. MPLS network service is “multi protocol” meaning that MPLS service supports various transport services including T1, T3, DS3, OCn and Ethernet. MPLS network services are highly scalable which reduces capital and operating expenditures as well as required IT staff needed to administer the network.

Carrier Consulting provides MPLS network services from leading MPLS providers worldwide. Speak with a Carrier Consulting Telecom consultant today by calling toll free (800) 987-4000 for MPLS quotes, MPLS pricing and MPLS network service information and expert advice.


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