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Provo – Veracity Networks, a Utah telecommunications provider, announced the launch of its new national Multi-Protocol Layer Switching (MPLS), a customizable telecommunication system designed to integrate companies with multiple locations throughout the United States under one secure private network.
The MPLS rollout comes several months after an initial phase with multiple Utah companies, including Workers Compensation Fund, AccessData, Okland Construction, Standard Plumbing and Clyde Companies. The service is now available to all Utah businesses.
“Reliable telecommunication services that provide multi-office integration and secure network capabilities are critical to businesses that operate out of several locations,” said Drew Peterson, Veracity Networks chief executive officer. “Instead of a standardized system, we wanted to develop a national MPLS service that allows us to customize telecommunication solutions to better meet the needs of our clients.”
Veracity’s national MPLS supports advanced Quality of Service (QoS) technologies, which allows companies to prioritize their phone calls over their data connection to improve voice quality on a digital line. Management of this product can be done remotely, saving businesses time and money on deploying equipment at each location.