SolveForce, a provider of advanced communications services, has just announced the launch of a slew of services for businesses throughout the State of Colorado.
The service includes High Speed Cable Internet Services, MPLS Business Services, Ethernet Provider Networks, Hosted VoIP and PBX (News - Alert) Systems, Dark Fiber Carriers, T1 Broadband and T3 Connectivity.
The new services will enable businesses in the State to have advanced communications to grow their businesses and expand in the area.
The company is offering dedicated services such as Business T1 Line or T3 Bandwidth for businesses in Denver. These lines can be multi locations or point to point lines. Since the service serves just one business, there are no interruptions or other common challenges associated with shared lines.
Similarly, businesses in Colorado Springs can now get VPN and VPLS networking services, another type of dedicated services that can be used for extended connections between more remote offices.
For businesses in Aurora, SolveForce is offering Metro Ethernet or Metro Fiber, which is capable of supplying many residents and businesses with high speed Internet access, within a limited area. Additionally companies also benefit from Colorado MPLS, an advanced communications service used for transferring larger amounts of data at higher speeds and greater speeds.
Fort Collins businesses can choose from DSL and Satellite Internet services, in addition to VoIP services. These are cheaper ways of communications. For example, business VoIP allows businesses to manage their entire phone system online for a price much less than traditional phone lines.
In Thornton, SolveForce offers Fast Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet leveraging advanced Ethernet over Fiber and Ethernet over Copper technologies. Speeds for data transfer can be up to 1 Megabit to 10 Gigabits per second, allowing businesses to transfer large amount of data over their copper or fiber network.
The company is also offering speeds higher than 10 Gbps in some areas.
SolveForce has also partnered with local Wireless Internet Service Providers (WISP) to offer an alternative to WiMAX (News - Alert) services available in the area.
Further, the company has also announced Cloud Computing such as Desktop- as -a -Service (DaaS), Disaster Recovery- as- a- Service (DRaaS), Infrastructure –as- a- Service (IaaS), and other cloud services.
Edited by Brooke Neuman