extends its MPLS network to Colorado Springs, Colorado through to Albuquerque, New Mexico to offer fiber internet to businesses and homes. expands its MPLS ring to offer more Colorado and New Mexico communities Metroethernet fiber internet. announced today that it will extend its MPLS network ring to light up more Colorado and New Mexico communities with its fiber. The latest segment will run to Colorado Springs through to Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Jawaid Bayzar, president of commented, “We are delighted to extend our services to include all the surrounding communities from Denver to Albuquerque. Our vision is to light up Colorado and Northern New Mexico with our fiber and to minimize the digital divide created by low speed internet.”

Because MPLS is a protocol-independent, scalable transport, it allows end-to-end circuits across any type of transport medium, using any network layer protocol. Businesses of all sizes can benefit from an MPLS network through its flexibility to work independently of a particular technology and provides traffic engineering, quality of service (QOS) and virtual private networking. MPLS networks are reliable and scalable.

The flexibility of the MPLS network can ensure 10% to 25% cost savings for customers over other data services such as ATM and frame relay. When companies add voice and video traffic, cost savings can increase even more network-wide.

One of the primary benefits of MPLS-based services is its quality of service standard that can improve video and voice installations. Because of the any-to-any nature of MPLS services, engineers can reduce the number of “hops” between network points increasing response time and application performance. Disaster recovery efforts are greatly improved by its redundancy and its ability to reconnect to backup locations on the fly.

“MPLS improves our control of entire network. It allows us to easily expand our services such as VoIP and cloud hosting to more network users.” said Bazyar, “Extending our MPLS network improves our ability to service key markets with our total service offerings of internet, phone, and cloud services in a cost effective manner that will ultimately provide better services at better price.” continues to invest in its network to provide Colorado businesses with the most up-to-date and flexible solutions possible from a local provider. likely provides the lowest latency (less than 5 milliseconds) available in Colorado due to its extensive peering and MPLS network.

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