Internet Access

Internet Access

Exceptional Speed and Reliability for Demanding Business Needs

RGTS - A ConvergeOne Company (RGTS) offers diverse high-speed Internet connection methods, allowing you to leverage your location’s existing technology and minimize installation costs.

RGTS Internet connection methods include:

  • SONET Fiber Optic
  • Fast Ethernet
  • T-carrier lines (T1, T3)
  • Digital Subscriber Line (DSL)
  • ISDN

RGTS can combine any of these individual connections into a fault-tolerant service that aggregates the bandwidth of the individual links for still greater speed.

RGTS’s powerful, redundant Internet infrastructure minimizes the possibility of service interruptions.

Whereas unavailable mail servers, oversold network links, and busy dial-up lines may be acceptable to residential customers or some business, RGTS Internet Access is designed to provide a higher level of security, performance, and reliability that meets or exceeds the most demanding businesses needs.

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The Internet Speed Your Company Needs

Get the right Internet access bandwidth. RGTS offers bandwidth ranging from 160 Kbps to 2.4 Gbps, and tailors the solution to meet your business requirements and budget.

Reliability

RGTS is multi-homed to the Internet via diverse remote paths to eliminate any single point of failure.

24/7/365 Monitoring

At RGTS’s Network Operations Center, the engineering staff provide 24/7/365 monitoring of all network links. RGTS engineers are usually able to address any potential problem before it can affect a customer.

High Availability

RGTS uses Border Gateway Protocol (BGP4), a process that ensures continuous availability through multiple network links.

Client Multiple Connections

RGTS uses two or more circuits to meet each client’s bandwidth requirements, including backup. Circuits are routed so that traffic enters through one connection and exits through another. If one circuit fails, the other takes over. Where necessary, RGTS can provide a client with failover redundant links by combining T1, DSL, ISDN, and other connections.