MPLS Pricing Options: Ethernet, T3, T1 and DSL

In the technology field, MPLS stands for Mulitprotocol Label Switching. It works by giving network operators the flexibility they need to direct Internet traffic away from links that do not work. MPLS also allows the network operator to reroute traffic around bottlenecks and away from any congestion. You have several mpls pricing options for this service, depending on whether you choose to use an Ethernet, T3, T1 or DSL connection.

If you are looking to price any of these connections, it is best to contact an MPLS provider in your local area. In general though, an Ethernet connection will usually cost you less than a T1 connection. Ethernet is a good choice if you are running a business because you can set up the connection using the copper wires your business already most likely has.

A T1 connection is ideal for running your business’s broadband connection. Some benefits of a T1 connection are that they allow you to transmit calls and data to the same network. T1 also has many features that can help your business because it can support multiple websites and users. Some of the more useful features of a T1 connection are an increased level of security and a fast Internet connection that withstands high bandwidth. Benefits of a T1 connection to small and medium sized businesses are increased efficiency, a cost effective way to connect to the cloud and the ability to host your business’s e-mail services. Another benefit is that multiple employees can talk on the phone while using the Internet without needing two separate phone lines. Your download speed with a T1 connection is fast and can run your business much more efficiently.

MPLS pricing for T3 is higher than T1 and is usually used by large businesses. If your business has many offices located throughout the U.S. then T3 is probably your best option. Using a T3 line can lower the cost of doing business. If you have, or are trying to set up, a telecommunication infrastructure a T3 connection will make it easier to run the infrastructure.

A DSL connection must have fiber optic lines to establish an Internet connection. The two most common types of DSL are SDSL and ADSL. Using a DSL connection means that you can support as much as 9 Mbps. If you use a DSL connection, it will operate separate and apart from your business phone line.

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