- ELA – Ethernet LAN Access – **BEST way to get a large Internet connection**
- Ethernet – QMOE Services – **BEST was to connect offices**
- DIA – Dedicated Internet Access
- MPLS Private line with CoS (Class of Service)
- VoIP Integrated offerings with both data and voice riding the same circuit
- Point to Point Services (T-1 to OC12)
- DSL or Comcast connection – **BEST for small businesses**
- Partnerships with CenturyLink, ViaWest, PeakColo, Terremark & Virsage
- Utilize VMware vCloud Director, enables enterprises to achieve the agility and efficiency of cloud computing with the security and control of their existing datacenter
- 100% Service Level Agreements – SAS 70 data centers. HIPAA Compliant.
- A solution that allows organizations to drive innovation and agility, while increasing application efficiency, enhancing security and meeting your critical governance requirements such as PCI, HIPAA, and SOX
- Never buy another server again with a Virsage Workplace DaaS solution.
- VoIP – Integrated T-1′s – starting with 4 lines with the rest for Internet access – **BEST for small businesses**
- Flat Business Lines – 1FB – **BEST for small business**
- Measured Business Lines – for alarms and elevators
- PRI and DSS Voice T-1s
- Analog Private Line – for government customers
- PBX Trunks
- Point to Point – **Best for connecting offices close to each other**
- SLS or BRI lines for Video
- DS3s (Includes all fiber/ethernet projects)
- Switched – Rates starting at $0.035/minute
- Dedicated – with a loop pricing starts around $0.02/minute
- Toll Free 1-800 **Every business needs one**
- Network based IVR
HOT TERMS AND PRODUCTS
Integrated T-1 - A circuit that has both voice and data capabilities. Eliminates the need for both a voice and a separate Data circuits.
VoIP - Voice over IP
Can you benefit by combining your voice and data onto one T-1, or one network? We’re now offering voice equipment through Telesphere hosted VoIP product line. How many phones does your office need?
MPLS - Multi Protocol Label Switching
Does a layer 3 network fit into your overall WAN solution? What applications are you running over your network that make MPLS an ideal solution?