Speed in Gigabits to break all barriers
It has become appallingly obvious that our technology has exceeded our humanity in today’s world, organizations success depends strongly on communication infrastructure. The most effective and essential communication tools for any organization are Internet. That is why PMPL Broadband brings you Internet Leased Line which provides your organization a permanent high-speed connectivity to internet. Internet Leased Line offers a high performance, carrier grade, dedicated connection, which gives you an individual, permanently assigned, uncontested connection or ‘port’ on PMPL Broadband’s Internet backbone network. It’s an only ideal solution for the outgrowing businesses that and need a dedicated connection for 24-hours-a-day access. Our state-of–the-art solutions deliver reliable, relief and cost-effective communications that are fully supported and secure as it’s only designed exactly to your needs, you only pay for what you need – helping to control costs. Internet Leased Line ensures that you are equipped with the speed to stay ahead, even when you are competing against the fastest in the business.
Benefits: Bandwidth on Demand / Upgradation
The inimitable Features of Internet Leased Line:
MPLS VPN Services
In the connectivity space over the last year was the escalation of Multi Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) based VPN has become a trend. The growth of multi-protocol label switching (MPLS), virtual private networks are on the edge to pioneer a fundamental shift in the world of network computing. MPLS VPN became a preferred choice over frame relay. Another trend over the last year was that most enterprises focused on creating highly agile and redundant networks, where MPLS VPN emerged as a trusted WAN connectivity option. Since most of the enterprises focused on creating highly swift and superfluous networks, where MPLS VPN emerged as a trusted WAN connectivity option. PMPL Broadband promising to bring down cost, increase reliability and scalability by introducing Managed Enterprise Network services over MPLS platform which were often missing in legacy networks. Addition to this lower latency, minimum packet loss, easier provisioning, high security and bandwidth prioritization made MPLS VPN popular among enterprise domain.
Benefits: For Enterprise Customer’s Business
Virtual Private Network (VPN)
A Virtual Private Network allows your employees and remote office locations to work together, sharing files, printers, and other data - just as if you were all in one office - even though you are separated by many miles. All of this is done securely by encrypting your communications as they are transmitted over either private, leased communication lines (provided and managed by the ISP), though the public Internet or a mixture of both.
IP VPN - a type of VPN that uses the public Internet to connect users instead of using more costly private, leased communications lines.
VPN Connectivity - A VPN connection will run though almost any Internet connection such as dial up, wireless, satellite, DSL, T1, T3, etc. A slow or mixed-quality Internet connection like dial up, wireless or satellite make cause VPN disconnections so it is recommended to use DSL or better service when available.
Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP)
VoIP (voice over IP) is an IP telephony term for a set of facilities used to manage the delivery of voice information over the Internet. VoIP involves sending voice information in digital form in discrete packets rather than by using the traditional circuit-committed protocols of the public switched telephone network (PSTN). A major advantage of VoIP and Internet telephony is that it avoids the tolls charged by ordinary telephone service. In addition to IP, VoIP uses the real-time protocol (RTP) to help ensure that packets get delivered in a timely way. Using public networks, it is currently difficult to guarantee Quality of Service (QoS). Better service is possible with private networks managed by an enterprise or by an Internet telephony service provider (ITSP). Using VoIP, an enterprise positions a "VoIP device" at a gateway. The gateway receives packetized voice transmissions from users within the company and then routes them to other parts of its intranet (local area or wide area network) or, using a T-carrier system or E-carrier interface, sends them over the public switched telephone network.