SolveForce, a company who works to help users find high-quality and affordable telecom networks, has that it has expanded its services in the Delaware area. The company has reportedly added Delaware MPLS, T1 Line, T3 Internet, VoIP, Ethernet, Nationwide Delaware Point to Point lines and Metropolitan Delaware Business Internet Services to its networks.
Backed by an extensive partner network that includes over 40 providers from across the nation and equipped with a calculator on its website, SolveForce conveniently allows businesses to receive instant quote for services from its partners.
In a statement, SolveForce explained that the company provides the city of Dover with Fast Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet services, based on the latest technologies such as Ethernet Fiber and Ethernet over Copper. In addition, customers located in the metropolitan area can also enjoy the company’s Metro Ethernet services.
Businesses seeking a T1 Line or T3 Line can also rely on the company for the best services. A T3 line can have 28 times more bandwidth speed than a T1 line to transfer data fast and efficiently, and packed with extra security and higher speed, these exclusive lines can prove an asset for any business.
For the start-ups, an investment in a partial line could be sufficient, SolveForce pointed out. This will just have a few ports to transfer information and more can be added as the business grows. Point to Point lines can be set up or multiple points for several locations, which can handle voice and regular data simultaneously.
For larger businesses, SolveForce prescribes a MPLS Ethernet connection, which is more reliable and faster than the original Metro Ethernet, as well as capable of providing millions of users with Internet service. These lines also allow a wide diversity of traffic.
SolveForce suggests VPN VPLS services or high tech MPLS Ethernet connections for Wilmington. DSL, VoIP and Satellite Internet services are all available for fast and efficient online services. This phone service is reliable and very cost effective for businesses, which can either have a dedicated T1 line or T3 line, or just use Ethernet service as an option.
“Our roll out in Delaware is going to be a phenomenal success, with our multiple services and competitive prices. If anyone is looking for quality service they just need to come to SolveForce,” company officials elaborated in the statement.
In related news, esteemed VoIP Gateway (News - Alert) and Ethernet Extender provider, Patton (News - Alert) Electronics, recently unveiled its new line of ruggedized and multi-drop Ethernet Extenders which boast a reach surpassing three miles in harsh conditions. This addition joins the company’s extensive offering of award-winning Ethernet Extender solutions, which extend long-range Ethernet both farther and faster than any other contender.
Furthermore, the company takes pride in recently revealing that its renowned SmartNode Product Line for small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) is now Microsoft Lync certified. This allows SMBs to implement Lync into their existing networks easily and seamlessly without experiencing incompatibility issues. Take, for example, the SmartNode 4830 Series Multi-Port Analog VoIP Gateway Router, which bundles voice, data and VPN services for outstanding VoIP quality.
Patton will also be exhibiting at the ITEXPO West 2012
at booth #1014. To be held Oct. 2-5 at the Austin Convention Center in Austin, TX, ITEXPO (News - Alert) offers an educational program to help corporate decision makers select the right IP-based voice, video, fax and unified communications solutions to improve their operations.
Edited by Allison Boccamazzo