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September 12, 2012

SolveForce Announces MPLS Services Rollout for Washington D.C. Area

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Through an extensive partner network, SolveForce offers affordable telecommunication services throughout the country. Washington D.C. is the latest area to be served by the company.

SolveForce is committed to provide world-class services at the most competitive rates. Using a digital calculator, its website tells a business in real time what the service will cost them. There’s also back up from professional, knowledgeable customer support.

Customers therefore get an instant quote for services and can get their questions answered promptly and efficiently.

SolveForce has partnered with over 40 providers to ensure the best service to its customers.

SolveForce’s service offering includes a wide variety of telecommunication services and dedicated services like T1 Line Bandwidth and T3 lines to businesses. The company also services Ethernet connections and VoIP management.

SolveForce is now bringing these services to the Washington D.C. area for the benefits of the area’s businesses, the company said in a recent statement.

The company will serve the area’s businesses as well government agencies with its VPN and VPLS solutions. These services are particularly suitable for the businesses based in remote location, where networks are sometimes limited due to the large distance the signals have to travel.

The company also makes Metro Ethernet available for businesses in the Washington D.C. area. Gigabit Ethernet is the fastest Ethernet service available commercially right now, capable of transferring large amounts of data at extremely fast speeds (up to 10 Gbps) from one location to another.

This technology is suitable for the larger companies having a need for large amount of data transfer.

For even larger businesses, Metro Ethernet can be the most effective and reliable technologies.

SolveForce provides VoIP service as well, allowing Washington D.C. businesses to use the Internet for their business phone service.

Its offerings also include Satellite Internet service that allows businesses Internet access via satellite. The MPLS over DSL allows users to use their phones as well as the Internet, and requires the user to have a filter attached to their systems.

SolveForce also has visibility into the Dark Fiber Maps and the geography of District of Columbia regarding telecommunications fiber networks.

SolveForce has also announced an extension of its telecommunication services to Iowa. 

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Edited by Braden Becker
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