SolveForce, a provider of Metro Ethernet solution, announced expansion of services in Michigan. The company is now offering comprehensive array of services including Metro Ethernet, Wide Area Network, Virtual Private Network, Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) and more.
The services are offered through its partners in cities like Detroit, Lansing, Grand Rapids, Warren, rural Michigan, Sterling Heights and Ann Arbor.
The company is offering Metro Ethernet for Detroit and Lansing businesses. They can also upgrade to Michigan MPLS, which can take more data as it is faster and more reliable.
SolveForce is offering DSL and satellite Internet services in Warren and other parts of rural Michigan. These services are designed to offer cost effective online services for smaller businesses and startups. The service also provides VoIP to help businesses manage phone systems over the Internet.
Businesses in Grand Rapids can benefit from VPN and VPLS services. These services deliver dedicated networks to businesses that enable them to connect to extended office locations. Additionally these networks will have increased speed and security as they are not shared connections.
Sterling Heights businesses are now provided with T1 Line or T3 Line services that feature Point to Point Lines and multipoint. The service helps them enjoy dedicated data services. The service also provides extra security and speed that is achieved with exclusive lines that are not shared.
For Ann Arbor companies, the Metro Ethernet provider is offering Fast Ethernet or upgrade to Gigabit Ethernet.
The company also offers a variety of cloud services including Platform as a Service (PaaS), Hosting as a Service (HaaS), Desktop as a Service (DaaS), Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS), and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS).
“SolveForce will continue giving the best service for the best value and be the leader in the industry,” said a spokesperson from the company.
Edited by Rich Steeves