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MULTIPLE LOCATIONS? MPLS IS A NETWORKING KEY

Multiprotocol label switching is an Internet protocol-based service that can tag and prioritize voice, video, and Internet traffic for your business. Let’s say you’re a mid-sized business with a number of locations. Do you juggle multiple networks and multiple phone numbers?  Are you afraid you’ll lose quality of service if you make a change? Maybe multiprotocol label switching (MPLS) is for you.
Different from frame relay or ATM systems, MPLS is an Internet protocol-based service over a virtual private network (VPN) that has the ability to tag and prioritize whether voice, video, or Internet traffic is moving over the system, and assign it the correct class of service. The result? Phone calls, even voice over Internet protocol (VoIP), have optimal sound, because they are correctly assigned the best class of service. Video service is less jumpy. Internet service, phones, and video can run across the system at the same time without a total meltdown.

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