SolveForce.com recently announced the launch of its nationwide Mississippi point to point lines and metropolitan Mississippi business Internet services for the regions manufacturing industries. The company in its announcement also said that its MPLS is now available, along with DSL, T1 Line and T3 Line, and Voice over IP (VoIP) services.
In a statement, a Marketing Representative of SolveForce said that, “Many Mississippians are inherently equipped with skills for their thriving manufacturing industries. SolveForce is assisting these businesses to find reliable, efficient, and affordable communications solutions that are complementary to these skills. Companies can benefit from satellite internet primarily because of its reach – it allows businesses to interact with even the most geographically isolated customers.”
Along with other industries, the manufacturing and aviation industries across Mississippi are in need of high-speed Ethernet Internet Network connections. This is of particular importance if they operate within populous cities.
Business establishments in Jackson benefit from SolveForce’s Gigabit Ethernet and Satellite Internet services at cost effective rates. Using these Internet services, businesses within the area can make use of features such as VoIP, which support improved interaction with a broader market base.
A virtual private network (VPN) functions with unlimited bandwidth which allows connectivity between its corporate headquarters in Gulfport MS and its branches across other states. VPN makes it easy for employees to exchange files and conduct video conferences via a reliable connection.
Hattiesburg Mississippi’s enterprises will also benefit from VPLS technology along with Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS), which essentially makes it easy for users to transfer their data quickly via a multipoint to multipoint network.
Ethernet over Copper and Ethernet over Fiber will prove to be beneficial to enterprises located in Southaven MS. The Ethernet over Copper technology will deliver reliable Internet connectivity to colleges and universities, while Ethernet over Fiber will support connectivity in hospitals and business facilities.
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Edited by Brooke Neuman