From the Enterprise VoIP Experts

October 04, 2012

SolveForce Extends Coverage in Oklahoma with an Array of Advanced Telecom Services

By SIP Trunking Report Contributor

With an effort to provide Oklahoma businesses with the most advanced business communication services at the most competitive prices, SolveForce brings its services to the state’s key telecommunication markets, including Tulsa, Norman, Broken Arrow and more.

Through its partnership with the major carriers, the company brings an assortment of business communication services to the local businesses. The company’s offering includes dedicated solutions for businesses needing exclusive lines for their data and phone services. For these companies, SolveForce makes Voice over IP services affordable. VoIP allows these businesses to use the Internet to manage their phone systems and many more services.

In an effort to provide cheaper Internet access for Tulsa businesses, SolveForce brings Satellite Internet, Cable Internet and DSL services. These services are particularly suitable for those businesses with fewer offices and those that have locations that are closer.

For Norman businesses, SolveForce offers VoIP services, allowing them to have all their online services from one source and decreases expenses that are used to manage phone systems. It is also cheaper to make calls using the Internet.

Companies at Broken Arrow can use Point to Point Private Lines for one location and a T1 Line or T3 Line for dedicated lines. They can have partial systems or full lines depending on their needs.

Ethernet is quicker than Satellite Internet and DSL and it is good for businesses that need to transfer larger amounts of data at faster speeds. SolveForce makes Metro Ethernet and MPLS available for the Lawton businesses needing fast speed and secure online services.

The companies seeking increased security can use private VPN and VPLS networks. Midwest City companies will have the advantage of having Ethernet Fiber Providers that offer Fast Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet services.

Dark fiber may also be available to companies in the state that require high bandwidth services. Other solutions include fixed wireless and WiMAX services. POTS lines that are analog and digital are also accessible.

Other services provided in Oklahoma that revolve around Cloud Computing Broadband Technology such as Desktop- as- a -Service (DaaS), Disaster Recovery- as- a -Service (DRaaS), Infrastructure -as -a -Service (IaaS), are also available.

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Edited by Brooke Neuman