Some of the telecom/technology products we can help you with.

Software-Defined WAN

The software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) is a specific application of software-defined networking (SDN) technology applied to WAN connections, which are used to connect enterprise networks – including branch offices and data centers – over large geographic distances.

A WAN might be used, for example, to connect branch offices to a central corporate network, or to connect data centers separated by distance. In the past, these WAN connections often used technology that required special proprietary hardware. The SD-WAN movement seeks to move more of the network control is moved into the “cloud,” using a software approach.

Hosted PBX

A  private branch exchange (PBX) phone system that's delivered as a hosted service, typically by one of the major telephone companies. Frequently referred to as a  centrex or a virtual PBX, a hosted PBX can free companies from having to invest in the costly equipment of a complex  business phone system, while still enabling the company to utilize telephony features like voicemail,  faxing, automated greetings, touchtone menus, conference calling, call auditing and calling logs, and more.

Hosted PBX companies handle call routing, or switching, at their own location and are responsible for managing all of the PBX equipment and software involved in the virtual PBX service. Hosted PBX services can function over the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) over the Internet (hosted IP PBX via  Internet telephony, or  VoIP), or over a combination of the two.

MPLS Network

MPLS stands for Multi Protocol Label Switching.  MPLS is a vendor-independent protocol that applies labels to packets providing QOS and advanced route selection functions.  MPLS can be implemented over any media-type and can be used with point-to-point, multipoint and ATM links.  MPLS can be used with different network layer protocols by using a control component specific to the desired protocol.  

Gig Ethernet

Gigabit Ethernet is carried primarily on optical fiber.  Existing Ethernet LAN's with 10 and 100Mbps cards can feed into a Gigabit Ethernet backbone.  An alternative technology that competes with Gigabit Ethernet is ATM.  A newer standard, 10-Gigabit Ethernet, is also becoming available.  

Broadband Internet Access

Internet connectivity is a crucial component of, and success to, any business.  It also means making important data available to your employees quickly, whether they work at home, at small branch offices, in retail stores, or just need to work from home once they leave the office.  We work with all of the cable providers nationwide to get you access to an alternative to the higher cost options. 

Wireless Internet Access

No, we are not talking wireless as in cell phones. We have partnered with a few of the nations wireless providers to offer high-speed, always on, wireless options for your company.  We can get you speeds up to 1Gig.  


Yes, there are 100's more, but these are the ones we help with 90% of the time.  Contact Us and we can help you find what you are looking for.