MPLS Networks

Serious WANs for Enterprise

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If your business has multiple offices an MPLS network allows you to join all your sites into one private network. You’re able to securely share data without it travelling across the public Internet.

What is an MPLS?

An MPLS (Multi-Protocol Label Switching) network isn’t a type of Internet connection, it’s a technique that prioritises and shapes your network traffic flows. This allows you to give priority to critical data, such as video conferencing or voice traffic, to ensure absolute reliability and quality while your staff are sending large files across the same connection.

It is a highly scalable technique and allows for different speeds for each office location depending upon individual site requirements. An MPLS network is entirely secure as your inter-office data never transits the public Internet.

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Benefits of an MPLS network

  • Flexible – use any type of access, including DSL, nbn™, fixed wireless and fibre ethernet tails
  • Carrier and data diverse access from multiple providers including Telstra, Optus, AAPT, TPG and Vocus
  • Data transited via our own private NGN network, the most connected in Australia
  • Highly scalable – any number of sites and various bandwidth speeds
  • Secure – your data never touches the public Internet
  • Different service classes available – optimise your traffic to suit your unique business requirements
  • Network monitoring and router management as a standard offering
  • MPLS design services – our engineers design the network topology for you, or work with your IT team to help optimise


Should I use MPLS or SD-WAN?

When implementing complex corporate networks there are various factors to consider. In many cases a traditional MPLS network is the best choice, but other times the emerging SD-WAN technology is more suitable.

Generally, MPLS networks can deliver higher quality traffic, which is important if you operate a massive network. However, this does come at a cost and SD-WAN is relatively cheap to implement and maintain in comparison.

We encourage you to read our article discussing SD-WAN and MPLS for more details on the differences between them.

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