MPLS IP Virtual Private Network

MPLS IP Virtual Private Network

High-Performance Unified Enterprise Networking for VoIP, Video, Data

  • Private, Secure Infrastructure
  • Quality of Service (QoS) Managed and Guaranteed
  • Protocol Neutral
  • Disaster Resilient
  • Fast, Unlimited Scaling
  • Simplified Networking
  • Cost Efficient

RGTS - A ConvergeOne Company's (RGTS) MPLS IP VPN service — Multi-Protocol Label Switching - Internet Protocol - Virtual Private Network — provides high-performance cost-effective networking for an enterprise’s offices across the United States and in more than 120 other countries.

MPLS uses a smarter, accelerated method to carry voice and data traffic across an enterprise’s wide area network, regardless of the differing technologies used at the enterprise’s various locations, such as Ethernet, Frame Relay, ATM, and SONET. RGTS uses its own powerful private transport backbone, rather than publicly shared Internet paths.

RGTS’s private backbone and MPLS technology combine to deliver the Quality of Service (QoS) guarantee and Class of Service (CoS) controls essential to an enterprise’s wide area network. They enable the enterprise to set differing priorities for voice, video, mission-critical applications, and other uses of its bandwidth across a Wide Area Network. Also, RGTS’s MPLS IP VPN service makes it extraordinarily fast and simple for an enterprise to add a new office location.

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  • High performance and high efficiency across a Wide Area Network
  • Quality of Service (QoS) guarantee for voice, video, and mission-critical uses
  • Class of Service (CoS) controls to prioritize traffic according to need
  • Simplified, optimized network management and expansion
  • Transport convergence for any-to-any protocols, media, and technology
  • Scalable bandwidth
  • Private, secure RGTS backbone completely separate from the public Internet
  • Network reach across the United States and in more than 120 other countries
  • Network access for traveling employees, telecommuters, partners, customers, vendors
  • Flexible, diverse network access methods:
    • Direct via Point of Presence
    • Indirect via ATM or Frame Relay
    • Ethernet
    • Wireless
    • Satellite
    • Secure Gateway for retail and remote office access
  • Support for Layer 3 IP applications, such as:
    • Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP)
    • Video Conferencing
    • Video Multicasting
    • Point of Sale (POS) transactions
    • Intranet and Extranet e-business applications
  • Management and analysis tools for control and fine-tuning of Wide Area Network
  • RGTS’s infrastructure redundancy, 24/7/365 network monitoring, and disaster resilience