Solveforce Now Offers Computer Networks to Indianapolis, Indiana with Global MPLS Network Providers

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Computer networks form the backbone of human communication and the transmission of information from one computer to the other. Multiprotocol Label Switching – Indianapolis MPLS Network is the newest entry into this kind of technology, and is now available to Indianapolis, Indiana

Solveforce MPLS Network Technology

Solveforce MPLS Network Technology

Solveforce's Expands MPLS Network services into Indianapolis, Indiana effective immediately

Solveforce is the only company offering a real-time quoting tool for searching top MPLS network providers in the Indianapolis area. Their MPLS Network (http://mplsnetworkprovider.net/) services offer seamless MPLS switching and several advanced features for about half the price of their competitors.

Multiprotocol Label Switching has been without a doubt one of the most successful technologies of the past decade. The advantages of MPLS are many: in addition to protocol neutrality, MPLS is highly scalable and can intelligently route time-sensitive voice and video packets through low-latency routes throughout the network. Because of these key features MPLS has been widely adopted by enterprises for their WANs, as the most recent data from Nemertes Research indicates that around 84% of companies are now using MPLS for their WANs.

MPLS evolved from numerous prior technologies including Cisco's "Tag Switching", IBM's "ARIS", and Toshiba's "Cell-Switched Router".

The initial goal of label based switching was to bring the speed of Layer 2 switching to Layer 3. Label based switching methods allow routers to make forwarding decisions based on the contents of a simple label, rather than by performing a complex route lookup based on destination IP address. This initial justification for technologies such as MPLS is no longer perceived as the main benefit, since Layer 3 switches (ASIC-based routers) are able to perform route lookups at sufficient speeds to support most interface types.

However, MPLS Providers (http://mplsprovider.org/) brings many other benefits to IP-based networks, they include:

  • Traffic Engineering - the ability to set the path traffic will take through the network, and the ability to set performance characteristics for a class of traffic
  • VPNs - using MPLS, service providers can create IP tunnels throughout their network, without the need for encryption or end-user applications
  • Layer 2 Transport - New standards being defined by the IETF's PWE3 and PPVPN working groups allow service providers to carry Layer 2 services including Ethernet, Frame Relay and ATM over an IP/MPLS core
  • Elimination of Multiple Layers - Typically most carrier networks employ an overlay model where SONET/SDH is deployed at Layer 1, ATM is used at Layer 2 and IP is used at Layer 3. Using MPLS, carriers can migrate many of the functions of the SONET/SDH and ATM control plane to Layer 3, thereby simplifying network management and network complexity. Eventually, carrier networks may be able to migrate away from SONET/SDH and ATM all-together, which means elimination of ATM's inherent "cell-tax" in carrying IP traffic.

About Solveforce T1 Bandwidth

Mplspros.com is managed by SolveForce, a MPLS Network Provider (http://mplspros.com/) Agency that offers its consulting services in the Indianapolis, Indiana Region and has been providing business solutions since 2004. They are recognized all over the globe as an MPLS Network Provider agency that offers National advisory and auditing services for the telecommunications and Internet industry. Founded by Ron Legarski, this master agency has accomplished many awards and achievements. With high quality solutions to offer, the company’s future plans are to integrate even more cities and companies in their coverage areas and remain the leader in the telecom & internet solutions industry throughout the Pacific Region.

SolveForce.com, LLC can be reached at 888-765-8301 via toll free or visit one of their real-time quoting websites at http://www.solveforce.com/mpls.

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