Ethernet solutions are fast becoming the preferred ultra-fast access option, as they support VoIP, IP access and intranet connectivity, MPLS core services and various other applications.
Ethernet solutions allow customers to connect data hubs, call centers and media centers with huge pipes, full end-user controls and flexible traffic performance.
Windstream Corp. recently announced the introduction of a Carrier Switched Ethernet to cater to the increasing demand from carriers for higher bandwidth and Ethernet. According to the company, carrier customers can now provide multi-location data solutions to their customers setting up a network interconnect now becomes cheaper.
Windstream's (News - Alert) Carrier Switched Ethernet product offers various options for companies. It does not matter if the customer uses bandwidth speeds for the transfer of voluminous content, such as video and high-resolution images, or if he/she uses it for basic business services such as email and documents.
The Carrier Switched Ethernet service can be adjusted to cater to the necessary requirements, the company stated in a press release.
“To have a competitive advantage in today's market, carriers must have the ability to provide end-user-to-WAN connectivity to their customers," said Don Perkins, Windstream vice president of Business Marketing. "Carrier Switched Ethernet will extend the ability for our carriers to reach 90 percent or more of the businesses in Windstream's ILEC footprint with Ethernet access. This increased reach – coupled with the scalability of Ethernet – will provide our carrier customers with the ability to efficiently and effectively deploy robust WAN solutions.”
Windstream recently announced the opening of a new data center in Little Rock, AK. The center was opened to cater to the increasing demand for cloud-based and dedicated managed services, which focused on Windstream's commitment to its customer base all over the U.S.
Edited by Braden Becker